I had two fairly lengthy blog posts about individually unique items all set to publish. One would be geared towards running and hydration, the other towards education in a way. Now I think you are going to get several small snippets of this and that, all of which may become full blown blog posts in… Continue reading This and That Tuesday
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
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!
As a tribute to the 2011 Calder Cup champions – the hometown Binghamton Senators – I am posting some photos taken while waiting on the bus to return the players from their winning game. Tonight the banner goes up and these will all be in the past and a new season will being.
The calendar has once again turned to October. Good news! My fall marathon is over. Better news!! The temperature is going to warm up a bit. Best news!!! October is the start of hockey season!!! On my recent trip to Pittsburgh for my daughter’s college graduation, we had the chance to visit the Consol… Continue reading October Means One Thing
While I have been told that I am too trusting by many people, I find myself being a skeptic here in the last day or two of the 2011 Tour de France. As almost anyone knows – even those who do not follow the sport of cycling, doping allegations and proven cases have been rampant in the… Continue reading Skeptic at Heart
For those of you who do not know, I love hockey. I have managed, along with going to a college that has two ice rinks and only approximately 2,500 students, to pass this love onto my oldest daughter. Last night, as I stood to clap for the home team as they made the playoffs for… Continue reading Hockey