I still find it hard to believe this creamy banana shake has no milk in it. If you’re a dairy lover, I promise you will not even notice it missing from this delicious glass of goodness!
After receiving an ever-so-entertaining nomination for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from Adam Pliska, President of the World Poker Tour, I had to get creative… So I gave my ice bucket a twist of my own.
I recently sent out this tweet:
The more you dwell on the negative, the more obsessed with negative things your mind becomes. Train your brain to be more positive. — Lynn Gilmartin (@LynnGilmartin) July 30, 2014
A friend replied, asking if I had any “training advice”, so here’s my suggested training program.
As we were casually driving around on safari in Pilanesberg, South Africa, Antonio Esfandiari asked our guide, Niko, what he would eat if he found himself stuck out in the wild.
I don’t think Antonio realised he’d actually end up trying a sample of the local “cuisine”, but he, Jeff Gross and Erik Seidel were up for the challenge!
Well the tables sure have turned this week! Not only am I taking this opportunity for a little summertime vacation in Las Vegas during the World Series of Poker (in contrast to the previous five years where I was crazy busy working as a reporter for PokerNews), I’m dabbling in a little play…
I was observing a couple on a flight recently… The wife took her window seat and I watched the husband board the plane shortly after her, showing a lot of frustration.
He approached the man in the aisle seat, with no explanation that the woman in the window seat next to him was his wife, and agressively asked “Will you swap aisle for aisle?” pointing to the husband’s allocated aisle seat two rows back.
We like to sample to high life on WPT Alpha8, so while in London we took of to the beautiful English countryside to the Rolls-Royce headquarters.
I actually didn’t expect to be given the keys all to myself to spin around the tiny English country roads! Having the responsibility of a car worth over a quarter million dollars put a little pressure on, but boy was this fun….