I have been up since 5 this morning. Paying for my sins. Primarily, avoidance.
My KONK Life column for this week was due last Wednesday. I completed research Monday. Never got to writing the column. For whatever reason, I kept putting it off. I should have written the article yesterday afternoon. Forgot it was due. Overdue, rather. Instead I wrote another chapter for what may be my next published book, Growing Up Italian.
When I got home last night, there was a message from Guy de Boer. In effect, where is the column…..you are making my life difficult.
It was too late and I thought perhaps I might have had one drink too many. I went to bed. I would get to he column in the morning.
I did. At 5 in the morning. I woke early and decided to get right to it. Took three hours to compose and refine. At 8, it was on its way to Guy with my mea culpas.
The column is Banks Divorce Porn Stars…..Hypocrisy. Concerns itself with a new bank game called de-risking. A game it is not. The column publishes Wednesday.
Lunch yesterday was at Roostica. I was in the mood for Italian. A hot meatball sandwich. Roostica’s food gets better with every visit. Try the place. Low key and reasonable prices.
Megan waited on me. Lovely Megan. An interesting young lady. If I were 50 years younger, I would court her.
Last night began with the Chart Room. Stopped for a drink. Jean Thornton is back. Returned to Key West only yesterday. Sheila, also. They introduced me to Linda Grist Cunningham. A Key West visitor for many years. She and her husband finally bought in 2012.
Linda was enjoyable company. She operates a business called KEYWESTWATCH. News, political writings, social media, etc. In her other life, she was an editor and journalist.
She is a liberal at heart. We instantly bonded!
Jean and I had dinner at Hot Tin Roof at the bar. It was catch up time. She and Joe have recently returned from a 15 day river boat cruise through several European countries. It was exciting listening to her describe the trip. She told me English Peter would be returning for a 10 day visit in a month. Good!
I read an interesting article yesterday. Concerned itself with the shrinking middle class. McDonald’s business was down for the year ending in June one percent. Fine dining was up three percent. The thrust…..the poor cannot afford McDonald’s.
I had intended to try Unity Church again today. Too late. Perhaps next week.
This afternoon will be professional football at Don’s Place.
Enjoy your Sunday!