Nurturing – Thursday – Attitude
In the immortal words of Captain Jack Sparrow
This is actually a really great one for me this week. I ended up having a lot of issues with my anxiety and I had to visit the Doctors. One of the questions that he had to ask was I irritable? Normally I am not irritable, but I did realise that this week I had been. However, I knew it was my issues that were upsetting me. When dealing with other people, I had to meditate myself to not become irritated with them. My issues are not their issues. Which made me also think of my ex friends. How everything is about her. When she accused me of things, it was because and I quote “That’s how I feel when I’m single” Even though the way I thought was the complete opposite. How she would rather hear that we are unhappy in our relationships when she’s single…Still not a good enough excuse to blame me for why her boyfriend treats her badly?
So this was an weekend where moi may have had a little much to drink and definitely paid the price for it. Even though I don’t live in America I actually enjoy watching the Superbowl…I do enjoy many sports (except cricket or tennis…Just never got into them). So I decided to go with a character this week that is well-known for the drink.
There were two characters that I just love and pretty well-known for their drinking attributes and I couldn’t pick so I just decided to go with both of them.
Probably one of the most beloved (but lets face it…alcoholic) characters of all time…
“The Simpsons” were first introduced on the ‘Tracey Ullman Show”on April 19, 1987 as a bunch of ‘shorts’. “The Simpsons” is both the longest running animation show and also the longest running sitcom and is well considered to be one of the greatest shows of all time.
My second favourite drinking buddy is Captain Jack Sparrow!
Not only is he utterly gorgeous and funny but is another character that is well known for drinking…Mainly Rum! PAY ATTENTION PEOPLE…There is going to be a 5th Pirates of the Caribbean! The Pirates of the Caribbean is based on a Disney theme park ride of the same name. The films first film and first release was in 2003. The Pirates sequel movie: ‘Dead Man’s Chest” was the most successful film in 2006.
“But why is the Rum gone?!”