I'm working harder, and, you know, you put more value on every minute, you do. I always thought I kind of did that, I really always enjoyed myself. but it's more valuable now. you're reminded to
enjoy every sandwich
and every minute of playing with the guys, and being with the kids
· Warren Zevon [+] [+]

Enjoy Every Sandwich 2002 Nov 04

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yesterday was very rough.

A good friend’s longtime boyfriend died in a horrible accident yesterday. I normally sleep like a log, but I actually woke up to a phone call at 4am Sunday morning. It was my friend. She had gotten the news, and had been talking with Crisis Intervention, the police, and another friend of hers was there. It was awful all around. I did what little I could to try and provide comfort and logistical support – making some phone calls – driving her to the hospital – picking up her Mom who flew in from back east (her Mom got immeidately on a plane). My friend does not have much family, but does have a lot of friends who have been a good support system so far.

When something bad happens you feel so helpless. You try and do what you can do and provide the comfort you can, but I always feel like there must be more that can be done. I felt as though I did some good though.

The upshot is I’m really tired, about 3 hours total sleep Saturday night.

I’m not sure what else to say, but Warren Zevon, recently diagnosed with lung cancer, was an inspiration last week. His advice for living: enjoy every sandwich.

Not bad.

Onward.

Joe Crawford blogged this at 10:21am in 2002 in November. The 4th was a Monday. You are reading this 17 years later. Comment. There are no comments Tweet. Send email. It has no hastags.

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