humor, Outdoors

Winter Living Events

While Mikaela Shiffrin, Arnd Peiffer, and the duo Lawes and Morris competed in Winter Olympic Events like the Giant Slalom, Biathlon, and Curling in Pyeongchang, Mike (my Significant Other) and I participated in Winter Living Events in Illinois. Both Winter Events (Olympic and Living) required skill! Pothole Slalom USA ‘s Mikaela Shiffrin gold medal performance… Continue reading Winter Living Events

humor, Politics

What I Learned About Life from the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony

While the Olympians gather valuable life lessons during their experiences at the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang, I learned a few lessons myself during the Opening Ceremony on Friday.  Koreans and Rockettes According to Katie Couric’s commentary during the Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony at the Pyeongchang Stadium, the Korean culture values the group over individuals.… Continue reading What I Learned About Life from the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony

Everyday Epiphany, humor, Politics, Technology

Dropping A Few Lines About Lines

Johnny Cash walked it, Texans danced it, and Donald Trump crossed it. The above lines refer to Cash’s lifestyle, "Achy Breaky Heart" choreography, and Donald’s policies. Since I prefer rock music, can’t dance well, and am a Democrat I find all of these lines annoying. Almost as annoying as the lines I stood in during… Continue reading Dropping A Few Lines About Lines

Cooking, Gardening, humor, Politics

The One Knee Kneel (I Hope The Vegans Don’t Catch On)

Stand, sit, kneel that’s the evolution of Colin Kaepernick’s position during the U.S. national anthem. The goal is to draw attention to a country that “oppresses black people and people of color.” I don’t watch football, but now I know who Colin Kaepernick is. He succeeded.   Then Bruce Maxwell knelt (I think he skipped… Continue reading The One Knee Kneel (I Hope The Vegans Don’t Catch On)