I have to admit I do not like watching basketball on television. I am not even sure I like watching basketball in person but if I have to, college ball is the way to go. So it is a cold February Saturday and I am flipping around – anything to not watch another episode of… Continue reading Mountaineer Basketball
I have to say that my favorite song of 2006 is “Not Ready to Make Nice.” In case you were spending last year under a rock, it was sung and written by the Dixie Chicks. The song is a synopsis of the behaviour they endured after Natalie Maines made some comment about GWBush while in… Continue reading What was your favorite song of 2006?
Okay, so my initial thought was to do a monthly post that had a breakdown of what I was going to be doing to help reach my aspirations for 2007. I have not really done more than treat them like resolutions to date – something to write down and then leave aside. Aspirations 2007 (look… Continue reading Monthly Visit – Aspirations 2007
A few facts before I am accused of being biased – I am the parent of student-athletes. I am also the parent of honors students. I am also the parent of Science Olympiads. I am the parent of band members. These classifications are not specific to individual students. I am the parent of at least… Continue reading Maine-Endwell School Vote – Capital Project
I am sure you all are saying what does a mother of six from upstate New York know about National Signing day for college football recruits. What I know is it is a high stress time for college coaches and for incoming college freshmen or high school seniors. I also know that it is not… Continue reading National Signing Day
Okay, now the football hype is over, the real commercial part of February starts. I shouldn’t really say it waited until the football hype was over. Valentine’s Day is what I am talking about and the stores where I live put out Valentine’s candy, cards and other items as they were marking down the… Continue reading February as a Single Person
I know, it sounds like a stupid question. But I am dead serious. As a marketing student over 20 years ago, there was the annual marketing class – regardless of what level course it was – assignment of watching the Super Bowl for the commercials. This was well before the exorbitant ad rates of today.… Continue reading Why do you watch the Super Bowl?