If you limit your choices only to what seems possible or reasonable, you disconnect yourself from what you truly want, and all that is left is compromise.

Am hanging out here in the seaside town of Morro Bay for my autumn vacation week.  A pilgrimage to pay homage to a big rock in the ocean.  Crazier ideas have been born, I’m sure.
xoxo keetonhowdoyoulikeitmorromorromorro

Am hanging out here in the seaside town of Morro Bay for my autumn vacation week.  A pilgrimage to pay homage to a big rock in the ocean.  Crazier ideas have been born, I’m sure.

xoxo keetonhowdoyoulikeitmorromorromorro


It’s onward to my next read.  So this will consume me for a while…


Four presidents of the United States have been assassinated—in 1865, 1881, 1901, and 1963—each murder seemingly unrelated. But what if those presidents were all killed for the same shocking reason: a clause contained in the United States Constitution? This is the question faced by former Justice Department operative Cotton Malone. When President Danny Daniels is nearly killed in the heart of Manhattan, Malone risks his life to foil the murder—only to find himself at odds with the Commonwealth, a secret society of pirates first assembled during the American Revolution. Racing across the nation and taking to the high seas, Malone and Cassiopeia Vitt must break a secret cipher originally possessed by Thomas Jefferson, unravel a mystery concocted by Andrew Jackson, and unearth a document forged by the Founding Fathers themselves—one powerful enough to make the Commonwealth unstoppable.

It’s onward to my next read.  So this will consume me for a while…

Four presidents of the United States have been assassinated—in 1865, 1881, 1901, and 1963—each murder seemingly unrelated. But what if those presidents were all killed for the same shocking reason: a clause contained in the United States Constitution? This is the question faced by former Justice Department operative Cotton Malone. When President Danny Daniels is nearly killed in the heart of Manhattan, Malone risks his life to foil the murder—only to find himself at odds with the Commonwealth, a secret society of pirates first assembled during the American Revolution. Racing across the nation and taking to the high seas, Malone and Cassiopeia Vitt must break a secret cipher originally possessed by Thomas Jefferson, unravel a mystery concocted by Andrew Jackson, and unearth a document forged by the Founding Fathers themselves—one powerful enough to make the Commonwealth unstoppable.

The pizza snob…me, if you must know…has found my Lake Tahoe pizza place.  Located in a Christmas Tree themed area with the things I care about:  just the right thickness in the crust, edge to edge lots of cheese, fresh, not canned mushrooms, red onions, not white, coke, not pepsi, red and white checkered tablecloths (I know, but I already said I was a snob so you shouldn’t be surprised) soft rock music, great dining atmosphere with low lights and large pine trees outside (yes, this stuff is important) and they even had their own tee shirts for sale (a little weird with the lizard creature relaxing by the lake) but I got one anyway.  So, there ya go, Mofo.

discoverynews:

Sea Urchin-Inspired House Captures Tidal Energy
If you’ve ever dreamed of having a seafront home shaped like a sea urchin — who hasn’t? — then hold onto your swim fins.
The Hydroelectric Tidal House, envisioned by architectural designer Margot Krasojević, draws inspiration from some of nature’s weirdest sea creatures — echinoderms like starfish and sea urchins whose symmetrical shapes have long fascinated biologists. Learn more

discoverynews:

Sea Urchin-Inspired House Captures Tidal Energy

If you’ve ever dreamed of having a seafront home shaped like a sea urchin — who hasn’t? — then hold onto your swim fins.

The Hydroelectric Tidal House, envisioned by architectural designer Margot Krasojević, draws inspiration from some of nature’s weirdest sea creatures — echinoderms like starfish and sea urchins whose symmetrical shapes have long fascinated biologists. Learn more

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