THE MORNING AFTER COFFEE
PERFECT after a wild night…I think we have all been there and experienced this same thought. That first cup of coffee is sometimes VERY necessary to reassure ourselves that we are still part of the human race. Depite our feet being firmly on the ground, we want that extra PROOF that things are going to be normal…coffee can give that degree of confidence to you. The courage to face the rest of the day. That first cup of coffee can welcome us back into the human brotherhood…even though it may fall short of forgiving us our sins the night before!
ONE OF the favourite things I like to do while having my morning coffee is to read the news. BUT sometimes certain weird news stories stand out and grab your attention and make you wonder if you should just not go back to bed and start the day over!
The eccentric creative director of Chanel said the one-year-old white Siamese cat was his most prized possession. Choupette has its own staff, including three maids who are tasked with noting down everything the feline does while Largerfeld is away from their home in Paris so that he can check up on how his beloved pet is spending its time.
Choupette’s biography on the Twitter account @choupettesdiary reads: “I am a famous beauty who refuses to eat on the floor & my maids pamper my every need. I am Choupette Largerfeld and I am a spoiled pussy.”
OR HOW about this news item about a ”Shin-Kicking” championship! I mean, who of my readers has even heard that shin-kicking has reached a level of social acceptability? Man, it even has its own wikipedia LINK!
You can read more about the 2013 SHIN-KICKING championship here!
JUST NICE TO LOOK AT!
LINK SF Weekly’s annual “Best OF San Francisco” issue hosted its themed “Big Top By the Bay” party with all the fanfare of the circus. Photography of the event at Public Works by Gil Riego Jr. Published on May 31, 2013
FOREVER YOUNG! (or ‘Hey, Mom! Is THAT you?!)
LINK The Rolling Stones played Sunday, May 5th at the Oracle Arena as part of their North American tour. Photographs for SF Weekly. Published on May 6, 2013
‘So what exactly qualifies caffeine withdrawal as a mental disorder? It’s more than just the splitting headaches and irritability — caffeine withdrawal becomes a mental illness when it gets to the point that it actually interferes with your daily life’ READ MORE HERE