Friday, March 26, 2010

get ready to get fired up...



Not as funky but it is still funky and it is still house and it still does make me want to get fired up and dance. This long week has come to a close and it's going to be a long weekend. Got a few church obligations, some more work, smoking cigars, and watching dvds. It does get aggressive at times...

Not only that, i've got to check my fire alarms, vacuum the house, maybe go to linens and things if I have time...i do need new bed sheets...never mind I got some under my feet right now...i knew i didn't have a real foot stool...the only thing is now i have to go to linens and things to get myself a foot rest...

Nevermind - I'm off to eat a one pound burger and prepare for an amazing weekend....

Keep dancin'

Thursday, March 25, 2010

I'm a little teapot....

Short and stout...here is my handle...hear is my spout...

I've woken up at an un-Godly hour for the second day in a row and it's starting to take it's toll on me.  As promised I will focus  on my workout routine which I was speaking with my boy @ about and he forwarded me some relevant information and motivation in order to get myself kick started again...

Now the trick isn't to over do it but I like to do it over easy like my eggs, and get things done quickly.  The only problem is the complete dedication that it requires from me, who has been disinterested in becoming healthier, and thoroughly focused on becoming greasier...



Moral:  The grease will win...it's just a matter of it being in me or on me...

Keep dancin'

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Have I kept up with it?

I tried to keep up with it.  The small activities throughout the day, lots of walking, making sure my posture is correct to keep my body functioning properly but I caved.  I had a weekend full of greasy food and more greasy junk food.  It was spectacular actually, like old times...the fat kid came out...

I sat there kicking the shit out of tekken 6 drinking soda and eating junk food.  Hours earlier I had eaten a half rotisserie chicken with baked zucchini and mac & cheese...don't forget the bread stuffing, and top it off with the greasiest of greasy gravy - and I was in heaven.  The food was melting in my mouth, the end was in sight before I began...

The plate devoured before any portion of it got cold and I had room for more.  There have been times, I must admit, that my eyes have been hungrier than my stomach, but this was not one of those times.  I woke up the next morning and ate 4 eggs over easy with home fries, toast and bacon, just because I could...now here we are, Wednesday...hump day...but I've got a 12 week plan ahead...and this time I won't cave (it's only 3 months)...


Moral:  I need grease, ok...and so do you...

Keep dancin'

Tuesday, March 23, 2010



Music for serenity.  Music for reflection.  Music for freedom of the mind and soul.  I listen to this to calm the thoughts that run through my mind at the outrageous speeds that they run.  The thoughts that usually start in the rear and proceed to smash against my forehead at times of nonsense and things of that nature.

When my schedule gets loaded with meetings and I feel as though things come from all angles, relentless in attack, I turn to classical music to remove the plaque that stains my mind as it isn't worth it.  It's not worth it, I remind myself.  It's not worth it.  Even when it is worth it, it's not worth it.  I'm not curing cancer, just trying to make things work efficiently and seamlessly.

The lack of efficacy in the day to day is the human comedy.  If everything was always smooth we wouldn't have joy, because we wouldn't have pain to gauge it off of.  Vis-a-vis the yin-yang symbol; you need a little yin to your yang, and vice versa...but how do you maximize the one you'd like to have more of...



Moral:  Gears work seamlessly when greased...

Keep dancin'

Monday, March 22, 2010

It's bullshit

There I swore!  I sat down last night to watch the film "Above The Rim" with Tupac, Leon, Duane, and Marlon.  Excited since I hadn't seen it in years I eagerly selected it off the on demand menu.  I hate commercials so this was perfect.  Plus you can't watch a movie with swears off TNT...

I start watching it and I hadn't heard one swear 10 minutes into the movie...I was shocked at first and then convinced myself that it had been so long since I'd seen the film, that I was imaging the swears left and right.  Then 20 minutes into the film I realized that I had selected the film from the TNT section of the on demand menu...

There is no reason in the world that even though TNT has the film uploaded that they should remove the swears from their films.  It adds definition to the characters when they let go and say what they will.  It totally ruins the movie (for me at least) when you have dick or jane try to mimic the pitch and tone of the word by the person acting in order to remove the swear...



Moral:  It ain't greasy when it's clean...

Keep dancin'