"What do you plan to do with your one, wild, precious life?" -Mary Oliver

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

A Day in the Life of a Writer

Nathan Bransford is running a contest. I entered and you should too.

This is an offshoot of that. Here's to strong bones and healthy bodies and finding your muse.

Coffee and cream, my savior.
Bacon, cheese omelet, onions . . . satisfied.
Cereal for fiber and milk for skin.
Yogurt for bones and orange juice for sex. (I read it in a book.)
An apple for longevity, chili for protein, crackers cause I’m weak.
Red wine for low blood pressure and high sex drive. (When the work is good the sex drive escalates. It’s a win win situation.)
Water for heartburn. Tea for warmth.
Bourbon and soda for the doldrums and a wedge of lemon for memory.
Beer for courage.

6 comments:

Shannon O'Donnell said...

Sounds like a yummy kind of day! :-)

Jemi Fraser said...

I agree with Shannon - yummy indeed :)

Odd & true - my word verification for this post is... feast. Really!

Yvonne said...

Shannon,
Thanks. It was kind of a silly, shoot-from-the hip post. Do you ever do that?

Jemi,
Hi! Yeah, those fake words are sometimes uncannily dead-on.

Jemi Fraser said...

I've left you an award over at my blog :)

Chatters said...

Food and drink for every need. So wonderful and basic. Thanks for sharing this yonnie.

Yvonne said...

Chatters,
Thanks!!!