Anush. Lovely. Charming. An interesting dinner companion.
We dined at Latitudes last night. A long leisurely meal. Great conversation.
Anush is 38. Born and raised in Armenia, she now resides in London. She has lived in Moscow. Well traveled. Vacations often. Typical of Europeans.
Taught for 12 years at Westminster College. Now a cyber security consultant.
She is on holiday. Miami, Key West and Atlanta. Has previously visited Washington. Several trips to the Bahamas. A trip to Buenos Aries.
Other places world wide. Cosmopolitan.
She is making good use of her time in Key West. Arrived wednesday night. Staying at the Marriott. A bite to eat at the bar that night where we met. Then to an early bed. Jet lag still affecting her.
Since thursday morning, she has visited the Little White House, attended the boat races, flew in a two seat open cockpit bi-plane for a half hour, and consumed oysters for the first time at Island Dogs. Last night (friday), dinner with Louis. Today to be spent scuba diving. All day.
She was excited by her time in Key West. Loved the laid back feeling.
Anush leaves Key West tomorrow to spend a couple of days in Atlanta. Then back to London.
I have discovered European women in my old age. Anna being an example. I like them. They are different. Different because from different cultures. The situation probably works in reverse, also. European men who visit the U.S. probably find american women different from those back home.
Whatever, a very pleasant evening.
My weekly interview to discuss this week’s KONK Life column yesterday. Dracula in the Operating Room. On 104.9. Don Riggs interviewed me from Phoenix.
Spent the afternoon researching what I thought would be this week’s KONK Life column. Women Priests. I could not put it together. I was not comfortable with what I came up with. Ergo, no Women Priests this week.
What, I am not sure. It is saturday morning and I have no idea what I am going to write. The article must be to the publisher by 5 tomorrow afternoon.
Divine inspiration will befall me. It always does.
Donald Trump. Will the American people ever tire of him?
He did not do himself much good thursday evening. Asked, “How stupid are the people of Iowa?” He compared Carson’s childhood temper to that of a pedophile (without using the word). Told us how he would handle ISIS. Bomb the “shit” out of their oilfields.
There is a saying. Vine veritas. In wine, truth. Alcohol loosens the tongue. Being extremely tired does also. It was obvious Trump was dead tired. No excuse. The man’s inner self was exposed.
A Presidential election is like a marathon. Participants must pace themselves.
Poor Syracuse! Today, Syracuse plays Clemson. Number 1 in the nation. Undefeated. Syracuse somewhere around #68 with a 3-5 or 3-6 record. Syracuse a 29 point underdog.
Orange blood will flow today.
Never say never, however. It was September 29, 1984. A day never to be forgotten by Syracuse fans. Syracuse was playing Nebraska. Nebraska #1 in the nation. Syracuse a 25 point underdog. Syracuse beat Nebraska 17-9.
The game is at 3:30. On ABC. Only because Clemson is playing. I plan to watch the game from the comfort of my home.
Enjoy your day!
I was at that game Lou, One of the biggest upsets in NCAA football. They had a shot today. Played well
They did play well. Even in the 4th quarter there was hope. Next year!
Lou, you ask if we will ever tire of Trump. I ask if we will ever tire of Lou. ha.