On Burning The Candle At Both Ends.

It’s no secret that my entire life is a series of To Do lists.

Because of this, I tend to overwork myself. For example, last weekend while His Lordship was across the country in Oregon, I loaded up my free time on Saturday with work and more work at the New York City Wine & Food Festival. Running (and a Banksy sighting!) just barely happened on Sunday before brunch with long lost friends in SoHo, and complete exhaustion settled in on Sunday night.


Stress settled in last night while thinking deadlines, weekend travels, and a looming marathon (that I hope to not run on my bum foot so aptly named, “Lefty Lew”).

I do not recommend burning the candle at both ends, and apologize in advance should I cancel plans and disappear for awhile.

So in the meantime, spell the following word backwards:


I know, it’s great. And it may or may not be the sole purpose for writing this post. I’m sorry I’m not sorry.

Because sometimes, during the chaos, we all need a laugh.



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