I bought WifeGeeding a mountain bike a few weeks ago and yesterday we were finally able to take it for a spin with the warm weather. Actually, it was an all out Geeding bike ride. BoyGeeding rode with his mama and GirlGeeding rode with her daddy, all thanks to our WeeRides. We made a pit stop to feed some ducks and I think that’s a memory that will stick with me for a lifetime.
When I got home I mowed the backyard and then transplanted a medium side bush from one side of the yard to the other. I hear the warm weather isn’t going to last long, but I’m trying to milk it for all it’s worth. Also, working behind a desk all day makes you want to get outside.
If ‘Dallas’ makes it another season I’m certain the newly remodeled First Baptist Dallas will make an appearance. That’s not a slam, but it as well as Clyde Warren Park are new high profile landmarks.
Who pays for medical coverage for college athletes, even if they get something like strep throat? I started to wonder about that after seeing that broken leg sustained by Louisville basketball player Kevin Ware. Even though he may not be a star player on the team he does help bring in a ton of income and recognition to that university. I get the enthusiasm for college athletics but sometimes I question how we as a society can stomach how the NCAA and universities prostitute student athletes. I get that they have scholarships, but not having any income has to be challenging.
The Masters is coming up and it interests me none.
A Spanish farmer discovered an unusual 220 pound iron rock in his field back in 1980 and decided to used it as a ham press to smash meat for the next 30 or so years. He has recently discovered that it’s a meteorite worth about $5 million. On one hand, he’s got to be happy he’s a millionaire, on the other, he’s got to be ticked he could have retired 30 years ago.
Some people put on socks before they put on their pants, other’s do the complete opposite. I’m about a 50/50 guy.