This picture is from BoyGeeding and DaughterGeeding’s baptism. I get a kick out of how WifeGeeding and DaughterGeeding will purse their lips when they are a bit nervous, like they were when all eyes were on us standing in front of the church congregation. In case you are wondering, I was up there as well, I cropped myself out so you could better see what I’m referencing. Other pics of the baptism if y’all are interested – Pic1, Pic2, Pic3, Pic4, Pic5
Often times in television and film, medical doctors will consult with their patients sitting behind a desk in an office setting, not an exam room. Does this ever happen in real life?
BaD Radio interviewed Bill Romanowski yesterday. Going into it, all I could think was how much I despised the guy, but dang it, in the middle of it he won me over. He’s not the same person he was when he was younger. None of us are. I often find myself at fault for judging people based on how they acted decades ago. To quote another great athlete, “I guess what I’m trying to say, is that if I can change, and you can change, everybody can change!”
Two of my favorite foods – brisket and chicken-fried steak. However, I don’t think I’d like chicken fried brisket.
Some argue that brisket is sacred, but a Garland smokehouse is shaking things up. Behold Intrinsic Smokehouse’s “chicken fried brisket,” aka a thick slice of oak-smoked brisket (three quarters of a pound to be exact) that’s then breaded in craft beer-infused batter. It’s a thing of beauty, and it’s served alongside fluffy mashed potatoes and smothered burnt end white gravy.
La Joya ISD is helping to fund a waterpark – The school district spent about $20 million on a Sports and Learning Complex, which includes a planetarium, tennis courts, an indoor pool and a water park — complete with slides, splash pads and a “lazy river.”
In my lifetime, I predict a school district will build a football stadium with a lazy river circling it.
I love this sort of stuff and I hope you find it more interesting and entertaining than you suspect – Saturday Night Live’s cue card supervisor, Wally Feresten, gives a behind-the-scenes look at an integral and iconic part of the show’s production.