I mentioned earlier on Twitter that I wanted a beer fountain. This fountain would be similar to a drinking fountain in its ubiquity, but instead of providing water, it would provide beer. Kind of like a keg on every corner. This would dovetail well with my belief that most of our problems could be solved over drinks. Anyway, I don’t have my fountain, but I do have beer. This ought to put a nice close on the day.
Another week has finally ended. Work is done. It’s time for twenty-five hours of recharge, spiritual and otherwise. I hope everyone in the U.S. Has had a fun and meaningful July 4th and that your weekend is restful and enjoyable. May there be plenty of things for your grills to cook, even if you use gas instead of the proper charcoal.
A new week has begun. The recharge was wonderful. I read a bit, played some games, caught up on the weekly Torah portion along with the portion from the Prophets (haftarah), and generally had a restful day. I hope your day was everything you hoped it would be. And I would like to take the time to wish everyone a good and full week, with plenty of prosperity, goodness and sweetness, however you define those things. I mention goodness and sweetness because what is good for us isn’t always sweet, (see: Getting a shot, having a good advisor or mentor take steps to help keep the ego in check), while what is sweet isn’t always good (see: chocolate, eating a fabulous meal that contains a ton of calories). So I hope everyone gets enough sweetness to make things enjoyable, while at the same time getting enough goodness to balance things out. For me, it’s time to start on some work.