My gym. Somebody drove into it. I wasn’t there but Mike was. I’ll have to hear more next time I see him.
I know we’ve all done stupid things. But I’ve never driven my car into a storefront before, thank goodness! Seriously people. Focus.
That reminds me…frightening moments…I was on the phone with a friend yesterday. We were chatting during our commutes (attention IRS: I mean travel for work, not commute as home is my main location) and suddenly she says, "I just got rear-ended." I started freaking out! Yes, she was fine. But still, scary.
Speaking of scary: My friends Alicia and Andrew are making progress (it seems? Andrew for sure, it sounds like) but still have a LONG way to go. The website reminds us this is now a marathon, not a sprint. Please continue keeping them in mind. It’s been a little over two weeks. Unimaginable. Life changes in an instant. (oh don’t worry, I’m not getting wound up again…just saying!)
Watching this man on the Colbert Report right now: Nassir Ghaemi, author of "A First Rate Madness." (link to NYtimes article) He seems to suggesting that leaders are better when they are mentally ill. I’ll have to read the book. It seems (potentially) controversial, but yet not perhaps that far from Kay Redfield Jamison’s writings either. I’ve always said somebody would have to be crazy to run for president… (hyuk, hyuk)