October 19, 2011In LifestyleBy Sean Lerwill1 Minutes

There are times in life when opportunities arise, yet you know you shouldn’t do them. We’ve all been there, that little temptation to do what’s considered wrong. But wrong in whose eyes? Yours? Your morals? Your parent’s guidelines? Or societies view on what is acceptable?

Van Wilder (yes, yes, I do love Ryan Reynolds) said:

“Sometimes you gotta let your heart lead you… even if you know its someplace you know you’re not supposed to be.” (Van Wilder Quotes)

I’ve always said that if I can live with a decision, then it’s ok, it’s an ok choice. If I can sleep at night, then all good. If I can’t, well then I’ve probably done something that morally I regret.

So what’s the point of this post? For me to ramble on about my philosophical viewpoint on making good and bad decisions? About making good and bad life choices? No not really. The point is, I was gifted an opportunity. An opportunity to take a photo. One which I knew could get me into trouble. But I took it. I took it anyway. And here it is:

Kate Braithwaite in New YorkOk, ok, it’s not that funny, but at the time, while traipsing round New York, when I saw Miss. B leaning over this counter and this sign perfectly placed, I just couldn’t resist.

Just don’t tell her….