Juicy Olive

The quest for “the good life” should never be complete but it should definitely begin now.

About March 16, 2009

What is The Juicy Olive? Or shall I write, “Who is The Juicy Olive?” I work to live – yes. But I live to work through all of the exciting adventures awaiting me. Untangling the mystery of a foreign city or exploring my own tiny neighborhood brings me great satisfaction.

Reading about great food makes me happy. Eating delicious food makes me happier. Preparing meals for my friends makes me happiest.

Read, read, read. I soak it all in. Newspapers, magazines, trashy mystery novels, daring book club selections – if there’s a printed page out there, I’ll try to get my hands on it.

Friends are family. Family is my friend.

The quest for “the good life” should never be complete but it should definitely begin now.

 

A Disclosure: This blog is about my personal life and the fun, games and insights I stumble across outside of the office. However, in an increasingly online world where the lines between personal and professional have blurred, it is important to note that this blog is a reflection of my views alone and in no way speaks for my company’s, my colleagues’ or my clients’ opinions or experiences.

 

2 Responses to “About”

  1. juicyolive Says:

    What is The Juicy Olive? Or shall I write, “Who is The Juicy Olive?” I work to live – yes. But I live to work through all of the exciting adventures awaiting me. Untangling the mystery of a foreign city or exploring my own tiny neighborhood brings me great satisfaction.

    Reading about great food makes me happy. Eating delicious food makes me happier. Preparing meals for my friends makes me happiest.

    Read, read, read. I soak it all in. Newspapers, magazines, trashy mystery novels, daring book club selections – if there’s a printed page out there, I’ll try to get my hands on it.

    Friends are family. Family is my friend.

    The quest for “the good life” should never be complete but it should definitely begin now.

  2. Richard E. Krieg Jr. Says:

    My sincere condolences to the family of Laurel Miller. I am a Cricket Employee, and although I did not know her, it always hits when you see a member of your organization loose their life. I will say that after reading a bit about Laurel, I think it is an EXCELLENT way to leave a legacy, to save other lives with your caring and openess. I only wish there were more people in this world that would be more understanding and open to organ donation. If you can, you should, if you cant, you should support, and if you receive, you should live life to its fullest.

    Richard E. Krieg Jr.
    PRR-Chicago-Cricket Communications


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