When I watch a television show, I see a movie, or a read a book, I always root for: The Evil Queen / Regina (Once Upon A Time) The Beast (Beauty and the Beast) Alex Karev (Grey’s Anatomy) Arusigawa Juri (Utena) And so on and so forth. I always root for…the Beast. Why is that? … Continue reading
People are not objects.
The past few days have been a hell of a roller coaster…and you know what? I hate roller coasters.
Two snakes intertwined one night to rest, both wary but strangely eased by the familiar press of cold, reptilian skin. In the middle of the night, one snake bit the other. “Argh!” the injured snake cried out. “Why did you bite me?”
I wasn’t ready for you.
She is not what I would have wanted to choose for myself (note: this is not to say she is not what I want. she is.)
There is a term we use in my business: suitability. Suitability is a determination of whether a specific trade was aligned with the risk profile, strategy, and investment needs of a client. Suitability. Such a clean term; such a difficult thing to prove as yea or nay.
Over my own two feet. No, not really (read: yes, really) because she is right up my “power alley” as one friend would say, ready for a “conversion special” as another would add to that.
Yesterday, I had the privilege to watch one of my closest friends, a person who has become, and so now is, a brother to me, marry the woman that he loves. The most curious thing about it, the best thing, really, was that it was simply that: he married the woman he loves. Not “loves” [fill … Continue reading