Yes, in spring, the color we all long to see is green. Here in upstate NY, I will be very happy when green replaces the brown – and, unfortunately, the occasional white – that is the outside right now. In honor of spring, I joined an ATC – Artist Trading Card – swap at… Continue reading Monochromatic ATC – Green
I will admit that I am not a big one for economics. I took macro and micro in college but that was 25 years ago or so. Still, I have to say that I just listened to President Obama and his take on the auto industry. I understand how Obama may feel that General… Continue reading President Obama and the Auto Industry
It has beautiful here in upstate NY this weekend so a lot of my NCAA path to the Frozen Four has been clips at the end of the night. None the less, as I am watching the first weekend of the NCAA Division 1 Hockey Tournament, I am impressed by the number four seeds in… Continue reading Holy Hockey, Batman!
No, I do not live in NY’s 20th Congressional District. I do, though, watch major television stations that cover the 20th. Normally, this would not bother me as I find it intriguing that I live close enough to Pennsylvania that I would get ads for their elections on television, close enough to the 20th that… Continue reading Special Election Tuesday
I read a column by a Yahoo! sports writer prior to the start of the NCAA tournament. It was all about being invested in a team and having them let you down. Well, at least Dan Wetzel still has his dog in the hunt, having fallen hard for Syracuse this year. I, on… Continue reading March Madness Revisited
So I spent a wonderful morning with “the girls” from Binghamton.MomsLikeMe.com. I come home to an inbox that is full, writing to be done and a new, re-designed web site announcement from Tom Suozzi. For those of you who do not live on Long Island, or for that matter in New York State at all,… Continue reading 2010 Elections Are Here
The day was an actually nice looking for early March as my father’s funeral was held. Considering there had been snow earlier in the week, the sun was a welcome distraction. The pictures from the day can be seen at the local paper’s web site or below. My father worked at the local… Continue reading A Day in Early March
Yes, I was watching the presidential news conference last night. Did I watch it with the same gusto I watched the first debate of the past election season? Not a chance. I have seen enough of President Obama for March. I am not talking about enough clips on nightly news or cable news networks. I… Continue reading Prime Time President
I have blogged plenty this late in winter regarding my desire to have a garden this summer and fall. Part of my desire stems – pun intended – from the wonderful produce I received the one summer I was in a CSA, community-supported agriculture. Another piece of the puzzle is that I love fresh… Continue reading How Does Your Garden Grow?
I have tried, in my lifetime, many different types of diets. I have found, with age and through trial and error, that diets themselves do not usually work. Healthy eating habits and exercise help a body to be at its optimum weight and strength for the life that body leads. Fortunately, this means… Continue reading Fad Diets – Ways to Spot