I get teased a lot for going to bed with the sun and getting up with the chickens. It’s true I am an early riser – always have been.
A couple of years ago I figured out that the morning is the only time of the day no one can take away from you. You get no phone calls, no text messages, the ambulances rarely squeal by and there is almost no traffic on my busy street. It’s bliss.
I heard on the news this a.m. that summer has descended upon us. Hey, not so fast!
According to my research, summer doesn’t officially begin until 7:09 p.m. this evening. So we have another 12 hours of spring which I intend to thoroughly enjoy. I wish someone had told the thermometer – which is inching toward the mid 90s. The good news is this summer is predicted to be cooler and rainier than normal, with the hottest
It is currently 7:45 a.m. – just one minute shy of the anniversary of the horrific attacks on America ten years ago. Watching television coverage brings back the memories which are still raw.
Isn’t it funny how you remember in detail what you were doing at the time of great tragedy?
Each year, Liberty Mutual provides football fans across the nation the opportunity to elect their coach as the Coach of the Year.
The 2010 selection process is under way, and the MSU Alumni Association is encouraging all Bulldog fans to cast their vote for Head Football Coach Dan Mullen.
The Coach of the Year is awarded to the college football coach who most embodies the characteristics of
With all the bad news filtering down all around us, it is tempting to pull the covers back over our heads and postpone facing the new day. Continue reading