I am heading out for a full day of high school homecoming activities today. Throw into that mix a re-dedication of our newly remodeled high school and it is going to be a busy Saturday. To keep you all up on what I am doing, I had a guest post yesterday at Shooting for the… Continue reading Visiting Shooting for the Show
I recently sat in on a Twitter Chat with Bart Yasso. Yasso is an accomplished runner and now works with Runner’s World. He is an author and developed the marathon training technique bearing his name, Yasso 800s. Anyway, the comments in reply to many questions mentioned an off season. What is this off season?… Continue reading Off Season?
I use to think traveling was quick, easy and fun. Then, I had children. Now, I admit, my children are mostly all adults so I do not have to worry as much about the needs of the kids when I travel but I got to thinking about how much I use to do when I… Continue reading Traveling
Yesterday the New York State Board of Regents voted on and passed a resolution that teachers will not be able to grade tests of their own students for state assessments or high school Regents examinations. With more and more emphasis being put on the scores of these tests and a new teacher and principal evaluation… Continue reading Regents Cheating
I know. It isn’t even Halloween yet. What am I doing talking about holiday cards already? I have to be honest. I usually make my cards. I have used several different designs in the past. Here is last year’s. You may look and say fairly simple but it was embossed which meant each card had… Continue reading Holiday Cards & a Giveaway
I have the good fortune to follow Attune Foods on Twitter. There is a weekly chat that they sponsor but better than that, I was approached to try some of their cereal and to share with you what I think about it. When the box arrived at my doorstep, I could not figure out what… Continue reading Uncle Sam’s Cereal: A Product Review
What else is there to do in small town America on a fall afternoon, or evening in some cases, than head to the local high school football game? While the weather yesterday was less than ideal, the date was set for the annual Band Day. While our school district has an excellent music program, the… Continue reading Fall Football
I was all set to pound out some words today about the 27 year old that ran the Chicago Marathon on Sunday and then, six plus hours later, gave birth to a healthy seven pound baby girl. That was until I logged onto Facebook to find a message from my 20 year old son to… Continue reading College Issues: What Would You Do?
I know we all worry about our computers. As we spend more and more time online, they become more and more like a lifeline for us. We get our news on the computer. We connect with family and friends on the computer. We work on the computer. We really need to be careful on the… Continue reading Computer Security
The AHL season has officially started. My daughter and I were in attendance as the Binghamton Senators started their tenth season and their first defense of a championship. Because the team and its management really wanted to celebrate the Calder Cup championship of last season, there was a block party prior to the Arena opening.… Continue reading Drop the Puck!