Sink Or Swim

The Nightcap


“Love is like an hourglass, with the heart filling up as the brain empties.” – Jules Renard

Swimming in Style

Swimming is a great means of exercise. It requires virtually no equipment (save for the actual pool), it’s great for cardiovascular health and strength and it’s easy on your joints.

The last point is one of the main reasons you see so many senior citizens in swim classes. Swimming is super low intensity so it’s perfect for those dealing with arthritis, osteoporosis, or bad hips.

Plus, it’s a fun way to interact with Gertrude and Blanch while listening to throwback 50’s music.

Or, instead of doing the group classes, you could go a different route like this grandma and just get yourself a hot personal trainer.

Watch the hysterical video here.

Finding Dorian

In case you didn’t know, there is a huge Cat 5 hurricane that has done unsurmountable damage to the Bahamas and isn’t done wreaking havoc. It is currently sitting off the east coast of America, just building up energy, like a cat quietly waiting to pounce.

Fortunately (and I hesitate to write this because it’s almost like jinxing everyone), it doesn’t look like it’s going to do as much damage to Florida as originally predicted. Which means all of us fortunate people should do everything we can to help our Island friends off the coast.

There are tons of hurricane relief fundraisers you can donate money to or all your canned goods and water you bought that you didn’t end up needing can be sent down to the Bahamas.

Or, if you have the time and the means, you can do what this famous chef did.

John Goodman Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters

John Goodman breaks down his most iconic characters, including his roles in ‘The Big Lebowski,’ ‘Roseanne,’ ‘Monsters, Inc.,’ ‘True Stories,’ ‘Raising Arizona,’ ‘Arachnophobia,’ ‘The Babe,’ ‘The Flintstones,’ ‘Barton Fink,’ ‘King Ralph,’ ’10 Cloverfield Lane,’ ‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?,’ ‘Flight,’ ‘Treme,’ ‘Inside Llewyn Davis,’ ‘Argo,’ and ‘The Righteous Gemstones.’

Watch here