“The Tau of Steves: What You Don’t Know Could Fill a Book”
3/29/19. While yesterday hit home with its highest ranking so far for Steve Zahn, Henry Winkler, Emma the Baroness and Me, today feels a little less authentic.
But, I enjoy the metaphor — movie, clips, emotional travel — maybe I caught myself struggling with my multimedia expression — the part of our Italy vacation — enjoying the Grand Canal encircling Venice — illustrated by video clips I wanted to post in Vimeo, but didn’t know how.
“2” Steve Zahn, 51: “It’s a movie-trailer day. You will learn the gist of the story with a few clips, get a feel for a person within a short interaction and travel emotionally in moments.” Scorpio
Without the highjacked twist, while I’ve experienced and love these kinds of days for me, it ranks lower for me today.
Random ones that make me want change my sign.
So is it possible that I included Steves Nash, Harvey and Kerr because I snubbed those three and all the other possibilities? Probably.
Can I build the sum-of-the-parts-is-greater-than-the-whole, or am I trying too hard?
So yes, add Steve Nash’s Holiday Tau to my shopping cart — I do love me some DIY pride.
“2” Steve Nash, 45: “You want the satisfaction of knowing you did a thing all by yourself, but don’t dwell there.” Aquarius
It’s always been my M.O. In fact, there’s a passage in “A Promised Land” when Emma the Baroness could have been busting my chops, but instead it is Michelle giving constructive feedback to her hubby, Barack. She asks if he realized that if given a choice between an easy way and a hard way of doing things he always took the longer more challenging way?
And a yes as a part two of the combination that points out the difficulty of anticipating how what I blog and self-publish will be received creates self-doubt.
“2” Steve Harvey, 62: “If you always thought about how your words affect others, you wouldn’t be able to express yourself at all.” Capricorn
How much can I stretch Kerr’s Holiday Tau into a third part of the combination and treat it as a way of freeing myself up when the cursor just sits there blinking on a white page? As long as it doesn’t break your arm or steal your wallet, I say it does.
“2” Steve Kerr, 54: “Spiritual alignment has a feeling of openness to it. You might think being so open would leave you vulnerable, but you’re attracting what’s good and right for you.” Libra
With a little twist and a squeeze this lack luster day turned out tasty.
Just add vodka.
Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons
Inspired by Holiday Mathis – Creators Syndicate