I found Zen today, at least temporary Zen. I took the day to recharge and found myself in between a large flowing creek and the still waters that sustained as many Cypress trees as the eye could see. A primitive campsite, peace and quiet, and sounds of nature that included crows in the distance, turtles … Continue reading 37 Days to Zen – 10 and a Wakeup
Taco Bell sales have plummeted over this past week, driving stock prices through the floor. I feel better, so Taco Bell should continue to see dips in customers for the foreseeable future. I will miss some of the cashiers. One at Wendy's knows my name better than most of my friends. Okay, I don't have … Continue reading 37 Days to Zen – Day 16, Change Day 9 -Lonely Tacos
I used to eat heavy late at night. I say used to like it was years ago when in reality it was days and weeks ago. I wouldn't have trouble laying down because I just devoured two bowls of spaghetti and three garlic bread slices. I hurt from consuming three or four times what I … Continue reading 37 Days to Zen – Day 15 Change Day 8 Hungry Nights
Coke Zero is now the drink of choice until I can wean myself off completely, as Diet Coke tastes like a homeless man's crotch in early August.
We add some salsa to our tacos and each took a bite of our tongue taco and HOLY FUCK ARE THEY BLAND! I believe to this day that Michoacan means cooking without any spice or seasonings. Even with salsa on these things they were bland. The veal Brain was not only bland but it left a kind of gross aftertaste. Mr. Zimmern had let me down.
Chris and I have spent large portions of the last several days talking about Sailboats. I told him that if he starts going through the process of getting a blue water boat, I will delay going overseas because I would MUCH rather go overseas on a boat than on a plane.