If there is to be a Cinderella in a hockey tournament, it would be Niagara. Of the 16 teams playing in the NCAA tournament this year, Niagara is seeded 15th. They are up against the number one team in their region, a team that had only five losses all season and 32 victories. Pretty daunting!… Continue reading Niagara versus Michigan
Lei and I wound, literally, our way through the will call line to get our tickets. There was a slight problem as they had been purchased using Ed’s credit card but he was not there so we had a copy of it. He had spoken to the ticket company and they had said this would… Continue reading Clarkson versus St Cloud State
The day started out a bit slow. Elise and I couldn’t leave home until the two school-aged boys had gotten on the bus. Of course, due to the lovely spring weather in Binghamton, they had a two hour school delay. It was rather icy out from the look out all windows in the house and… Continue reading Road Trip Day One
I know you are all probably thinking I am nuts. March is almost over, as I was reminded this morning by my mother who was wondering if March came in like a lion or a lamb as it is looking like it is going out like a lion. This month Sarah Ban Breathnach is discussing… Continue reading Simple Abundance – March 2008
My college-aged daughter and I are heading on a road trip. Yes, the trip is set to satisfy both of our college hockey fanaticism. We may even get some shopping in on Saturday. Tomorrow morning, in what is suppose to be snow so very appropriate for hockey weather, my daughter and I will head to… Continue reading Road Trip Coming!!
With an online group, I am working my way through Mary Todd Beam’s Celebrate Your Creative Self. The portion we were working on this month was to add tissue paper to an illustration board or canvas and then paint it. The workshop leader was so smart and decided to break this into three weekly parts to… Continue reading Canvas with Tissue Paper
While I am working my way through several art books for the Triple Eight Challenge for 2008, I have taken a month off most of these workings. I spent most of March honing my photography skills. I have some of my shots below. I have always spent a lot of time in the out of… Continue reading Photography