I have to attend a university workshop, while I enjoy these things, I just wish they weren’t held on a Friday night.
Our house is finally beginning to look somewhat normal.
It doesn’t matter if it’s Reagan or Obama, but when a nuclear treaty is signed I’m always a bit skeptical because I bet no country ever reveals just how many nuclear weapons they have on hand.
Man, the last couple of nights have been cold, just when I was adjusting to the warm weather.
For me, dying trapped in a mine is just as scary as downing.
When I had a new hot water heater installed a friend recommended that I spray paint the PVC drain pipe that runs outside, the spray paint will keep the pipe from deteriorating from the weather.
I don’t have any desire to watch another episode of The Marriage Ref.
Tiger performed better than I thought. Heck, after being gone for so long, it appeared he was actually happy to be playing again. Personally, when I watched him play over the past year or two, he may have been dominating, but he just didn’t look like he was enjoying it. He had that look like he was being forced to be out there. Yesterday, it looked like there was no other place he would rather be and that he was relishing it.
I find state and country boundaries quite interesting, and when they are divided by a river, I’m never quite sure (and either are they from what I hear) are sure exactly where the boundaries lie – rivers edge or bank, middle of the river?
I’ve only watched one Tyler Perry movie and his name wasn’t even in the title. The movie was Star Trek.
I used my new, new weedeater the other day and it worked just fine, no battery problems this time.
I’m almost convinced that Taco Bueno’s muchacho bread is manna from dropped from the heavens.
Mike Modano may have played his last game, I wish I could have appreciate him more.