Posts Tagged With: In the Heights

Day 3107: A grain of salt

We should definitely take what we read on the internet with a grain of salt. Nevertheless, I just did a search for the meaning of “a grain of salt.”


What have you been taking with a grain of salt lately?

Speaking of grains of salt, Michael made a tofu dish yesterday for the first time and we all agreed it was too salty.


Next time, he’s going to use less soy sauce and add some honey. I have no reason to take this with a grain of salt.

It’s a good idea to take Twitter with a grain of salt.


Is there anything in this post you’re taking with a grain of salt (or a dash)? How about these other photos I took yesterday?


If I tell you I love the score from In the Heights, no need to take that with a grain of salt. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the recording of “96,000” for the original Broadway cast:


Here’s “96,000” in a trailer for the movie:


Also, no need to take my gratitude with a grain of salt, so thanks to all who help me blog every day, including YOU!

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Day 3102: Tell me something I don’t know

Tell me something I don’t know, preferably about you.

I’ll tell you something YOU don’t know: I’ve been serving on the Board of Directors of the Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy for eight years, which is ALL of my 60s, and tomorrow is my last day!

I’ll tell you something else you don’t know — I’ve been listening to the original cast album of In the Heights and I love this song:

Am I telling you something you don’t know in the images I captured yesterday?

Tell me something I don’t (or do) know in the comments section below.

I am grateful for what I know, for what I might know in the future, and for YOU.

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Day 3094: Guess What

Guess what! I’m a person who loves to say, “Guess what!”

Guess what? I’m never sure how to punctuate “guess what”! It’s often written as a question (“guess what?”) but, to me, it sounds like an exclamation and a request, if not a demand (“guess what!”).

Guess what! My son Aaron and I had a conversation recently about punctuation and not caring so much about the rules.

Guess what I did on Fathers Day, 2021!

Did you guess that I tweeted, went for a walk, bought a gift for Aaron’s father Leon (who is a very talented photographer), saw a movie in a theatre for the first time since the pandemic started, ate some delicious food prepared by Aaron’s stepfather Michael, hung out with Aaron, Leon, and Michael, and took lots of photos?

Guess what movie I saw yesterday!

Guess what? I highly recommend “In the Heights.”

Guess what the Daily Bitch has to say about today?

Guess what?! I’m so grateful you’re visiting my blog, here and now.

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