Chief Financial Officer of the Vatican and head of Monsanto's legal department.
TM2T cheer me up.
Shopping spree at Williams Sonoma or Kiss the Cook and being able to interview Iggy Pop.
TM2T you would have a tattoo done of.
A couple of these:
....And a representation of the medallion that Oscar Acosta gave to Hunter Thompson as Acosta was dropping Thompson off beneath the very wing of Thompsons' plane at the Las Vegas airport, in the dying chapters of "Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas". It's a weird mish-mash of Mayan, Incan and Aztec deities - A cyclopean / thunder bird / solar-powered lunatic representing loyalty, honor, an out-of-control fertility god and a very particular type of well-meaning-but-crazed "warrior spirit". It's impossible to find online, but I have a few drawings of it in my collections. Some day, some way....
TM2T to help deal with a cardiac catheterization.
yoga breathing helped me give birth to a bowling ball of a son once and visualization of a happy place of some sort along with listening to music. A little Enya maybe.
TMTT that go well with squirrel Mc Nuggets and a mayo shake.
rhubarb slaw and jalapeno fries...
TM2T you do to distance yourself from people who annoy you.
ipod shuffle and hibernation, quilting , gardening, my life seems to revolve around this general theme.
Wow,Snagg, that collection is gorgeous. I didn't know there were so many kinds (and colors).
Don't answer the door (of course, I NEVER open the door) and listen to music/dance.
TM2T you feel when you're hiking.
That I must be out of my friggin' mind, because I haven't yet had the corrective surgery for my 3,4 & 5 vertebrae, which makes hiking a really stupid thing for me to do right now.
TM2T you do when you've been banned form a social site after it was overrun by creationists and Trump supporters.
first, thank your lucky stars you're done with the lot of them, then star a social site fo your own
TM2Tyou do when the electricity goes out throughout your house
Light the candles and watch for zombies.
TM2T you do when you realize you've re-gifted your sister-in-law with the Christmas gift she gave you last year.