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Powdered sugar is overrated. I have this haunting childhood memory of an event that happened in the second grade. My mother always made me do my homework when I got home, before I could play or watch television, and this … Continue reading
I remember our elementary school principal walking around the lunchroom with a paddle as a form of intimidation to keep the noise level down. He later became president of Weatherford College and I can’t think of one person that ever … Continue reading
Tony Romo had absolutely no zip on the ball, Cowboys fans should be worried and Jerry is regretting not drafting Manziel more and more. I wouldn’t trust DeMarco Murray holding a newborn. I miss seeing the Cowboys offense in an … Continue reading
Once again my alma mater sent mail to my dead dog. Some of you think I may be nuts for posting my address. Yes, I am nuts, but it’s not all that hard to find an address online anymore and I … Continue reading
The reality of self-driving cars becoming a part of our lives is getting closer and it got me thinking. I bet one day we will park our car at the store and while we are shopping, the car will sense … Continue reading
I got another phone call from my very first friend about our 20-year high school reunion. He said a suite was might be reserved for the Class of 94 at the football game. I said, “Mineral Wells has a stadium that … Continue reading
An old friend (actually, my very first friend) called me to ask if I knew anything about our 20-year high school reunion. He made an interesting point that at the 10-year reunion almost no one was married or had … Continue reading
This is probably the most viewed version of the John Travolta and Princess Diana’s dance at a White House state dinner. But I recently discovered the above version which includes President Reagan and Prime Minister Thatcher dancing hand-in-hand in the … Continue reading
Food for thought: Tom Landry was fired at age 64 and was accused by many that the game passed him by. Pete Carroll is 62-years-old and defending a Super Bowl title. I had this eerie dream that felt very real … Continue reading
The LiberallyLean.com guy mentioned yesterday that he had to “babysit” his step-daughter because of a root canal. That made me laugh because when WifeGeeding leaves me alone with the kids I always call it “babysitting” and she firmly corrects me … Continue reading
DaughterGeeding had her first day of school yesterday (second year of preschool). To our pleasant surprise, her teacher emailed us her impressions of her first day back at school and included pictures. ‘Hard Knocks’ thoughts: Matt Ryan is much more … Continue reading