I saw this on Facebook, and the link was broken, so I can’t properly credit it. But I think it’s pretty good, and so I thought I’d share it – with my commentary, of course. 10 Tips for a Happier Life: Go to sleep when you’re tired. I have such a bad habit of being… Continue reading 10 Tips for a Happier Life
I suppose stranger things have happened at a Jimmy Buffett tailgate party, but on June 2, 2012 at the pre-concert shindig in the parking lot of the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, this girl met the man she would marry. Happenstance led my group of Parrothead friends to be parked beside B and his group of… Continue reading Thank you, Jesus. And Jimmy Buffett.
For work, I manage the marketing and community involvement for a global professional services consulting firm. What this means, in a nutshell, is that I help find ways to make our business grow and for our employees (and our company) to do good in the community. This weekend we are doing some crazy good stuff.… Continue reading Riding for a Cause
Today is the start of the Lenten season, the time when Catholics (and other folks too) give up something near and dear to them until Easter. I’m not Catholic, so Lent wasn’t something observed in my Southern Baptist family. I knew what it was because I had Catholic friends, and I, of course, knew about… Continue reading Lent and Livestock
Yep. It’s true. I found the one. The one for me. And he’s so awesome, I could only say “YES!” when he asked me to marry him. The engagement happened back on January 2, 2014. We had spent nearly two weeks in the ‘sip with my family celebrating Christmas and New Year’s, and B took… Continue reading I’m gettin’ married, y’all!
(I will skip all the “it’s been so long since I’ve blogged” nonsense and get straight to my point…) I am thankful. In a tough world where there is so much hate, negativity, sadness, sorrow, and pain I am thankful for the good and prayerful that the bad will get better. That’s it. That’s really all… Continue reading Thankful
I’ve seen about a jillion baseball games in all levels of professional, and I have never seen a no hitter. Or a perfect game. Not that this is a rarity. Perfect games and no hitters are like blue moons or 75% off sales at Nordstrom. According to Wikipedia, only 23 perfect games have been recorded in… Continue reading No hitters and near misses