In the first of many "Bollywood Tuesday" postings, we have the song "Shut Up and Bounce" from the film Dostana. This is the song from the opening credits, and the luscious John Abraham (one of the stars) is featured prominently. Enjoy!!
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Saturday, May 28, 2011
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
4 Things I need to spend more time on in my life:
1. My spouse
2. Our yard
3. Getting back in shape
4. My extended family
4 Things I need to spend less time on in my life:
2. Watching TV
3. Being an introvert
4 Things I wish I could spend more time on in my life:
4 Things I love about myself:
1. My razor wit
2. My keen mind
4. My love of the exotic
4 Things I hate about myself:
1. My weight
2. My graying hair
3. My (occasional) nervous tics
4. My short temper
4 Things I love that I used to hate:
1. Spicy food
4 Things I hate that I used to love:
1. Dressing up
2. Road trips
3. Junk food
4. Red meat
4 Things towards which I look forward:
3. Each new episode of Doctor Who
4. Going out for either Sushi or Indian food
4 Things I dread:
1. Visits from my mother-in-law
2. Doing our income tax forms
4. Old age
4 Things I once believed in but no longer do:
1. Organized Religion
2. The Tooth Fairy
3. The Easter Bunny
4. That Ryan Seacrest is straight
4 Things I now believe that I didn’t use to believe:
4. We are what we eat
4 Things I love to do despite being bad at it :
2. Play Mahjong (only because I have no one to play with!)
3. Sudoku puzzles beyond the "easy" range
4. Staying out late
4 Things I hate to do but I do anyway (and rather well) :
1. Judge people
3. Be nice to my in-laws
4. Mow the lawn
4 Things I want before I die:
1. Lose the extra weight that I'm carrying
2. Retire comfortably
3. See Gay Marriage be made the law of the land
4. Be at peace...
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Monday, May 23, 2011
But when I trimmed my beard back to a mustache and goatee, it showed. It didn't look that good and it wasn't going away.
So I went to see my dermatologist, and it turns out that I have skin cancer. Ack.
Fortunately, according to my doctor, it is the best kind to have: Basal-cell Carcinoma.
I am being referred this week to a plastic surgeon who will be performing Mohs surgery on the cancer.
I have to admit, I am shocked at the diagnosis, but, not too surprised.
While I have never been what you would call a "sun worshipper" in my adult years, I did get sunburns quite regularly when I was a child (in the Sixties) and Cancer is fairly common on my father's side of the family. Add to that my fair complexion, I suppose that it was only a matter of time.
So now I need to buy stock in sunscreen as I will be buying it regularly from now on...
I'll keep you all posted. Talk to you soon.