While not an actual cup, it is a book and concept coined by author, Dolores McKay that demonstrates how different aspects of life spill into one another and act as one. Her idea is cleverly based on an antique English drinking vessel known as a fuddling cup.
Written from the unique perspective of a woman living on borrowed time, the book is directed toward Dolores' future grandchildren whom she may or may not meet. The book serves as their inheritance of her most valuable possessions -- what she knows.
Clever, insightful and entertaining, Fuddle Cup is an uncommon maxim on living well, filled with life-changing provocations and brilliant empirical wisdom. Dolores artfully illustrates points through straight talk straight talk, witty parables and personal vulnerability. By engaging completely unexpected teachers such as elephants, eggs, The Supreme Court, and beer -- Dolores charms readers into re-examining conventions and what it means to truly live well.
From the College Student, to the Yoga Instructor, to the Domestic Goddess, to the Chairman and CEO -- readers of all ages and perspectives will find considerable enjoyment and value inside Fuddle Cup's concise and compelling chapters.