The most wasted of all days is one without laughter.
Unless you love someone, nothing else makes sense.
-making eggs benedict and Thai food (not at the same time, though)
-looking at something in a magazine and thinking, "I can make that!"
-ignoring requests to send large amounts of money to Nigerians that I don't know
-being an awesome uncle to twins
-brushing my teeth
A Town Like Alice and On the Beach (Nevil Shute)
Travels (Michael Crichton)
Me Talk Pretty One Day (David Sedaris)
Adrift:76 Days Lost at Sea (Steven Callahan)
Paul Theroux...and I know I'm forgetting a billion others I enjoy. I'm a reader.
Movies: comedies, documentaries, dramas, independent films- the whole gamut. My favorite movies are Cast Away, Waking Ned Devine, and The Truman Show
Music: I'm not keen on Death Metal (or anything metal-related, really) but everything else is on shuffle
Food: anything and everything. I love sushi as much as I love fried chicken, and red meat as much as a spinach and quinoa salad; moderation and variety are AWESOME.
2) my brother (and my niece and nephew, come to think of it)
3) my internal organs (well...most of them: don't celebrate too much, appendix and tonsils, I'm talking to you)
4) frequent trips to an ocean- which is why, of course, I live 600 miles from the nearest one. Um, what?
5) genuine laughter (the whole stomach-clutching, tears rolling down your face, "stop, stop, you're going to make me have an accident" laughter)
6) commas, apparently