I’m not going to lie, I was supposed to write this earlier today, but I’m glad I didn’t. I was sidetracked in some personal drama that brought up the phrase too big to fail. No, I’m not talking about bailing out Wall Street banks, though I think the movie was excellent. But, think about the phrase “too big to fail.” I’ve been meditating on it all day.
What can be too big to fail? Countries? Certainly. Companies, certainly not. Humans? Relationships?
Hello everyone! I apologize that it’s been a while since my last post — life has gotten away from me, or at least my to-do list! So, let’s catch up with what I’ve been reading so far this summer. It hasn’t been an incredibly productive reading summer so far, but I’m OK with that. Since the Summer Solstice, I have read five books, which I’ll detail here: This Man Confessed; Every Day; From the Corner of the Oval; Daisy Jones & The Six; and finally, American Prison: A Reporter’s Undercover Journey into the Business of Punishment.
If it wasn’t already on your radar, here’s your warning that the Hallmark holiday we’re all obligated to celebrate because a very special woman gave birth to us — is Sunday. Yes, Sunday. But, no worries, the perfect gift is one Amazon Prime or Barnes and Noble/independent bookstore run away.