How many years has it been since we have had weather like this on a Memorial Day weekend? My childhood memories of the 4th weekend in May center around camping in wet and cold state parks. Yet, in spite of the weather, all the memories are fond … Memorial Day meant that summer was right around the corner.
Generally speaking, I use Sunday afternoon through Monday morning for recovery and reflection. A little relaxation with food and beverage … getting my head organized for the week ahead … reading the Free Press … some Bible reading and prayer
Do you remember the children’s game “Leapfrog”? When was the last time you played it? If it’s been too long (or you never played it), you can watch a YouTube video to learn how! The cool thing about leapfrog is that you go from the back of the line to the front without ever stopping in-between. I think I am ready for a game of that right now.
This may be a little late this morning. After I had it all written, I was given an additional shock of not being able to get into Mail Chimp from my laptop. I had to retype it all into my
On a recent Wednesday I called Andary’s Grill (one of the world’s best diners – on Gratiot just south of Stephens) to see if they had any split pea soup (theirs is the finest in the world). I was informed
The internet in our home began faltering on Friday. By Saturday it was totally off, with occasional 30 second connections. I called our provider, navigated my way through a seemingly endless series of prompts, did everything I was asked to
On this date in 1984 the record of the Detroit Tigers was 8-0. By May 1 it was 19-2. Many of you will remember that they went on to win 104 games in the regular season and ended up as
“E cubed is greater than F cubed” is the equation I am using to navigate through the current COVID-19 crisis. You may not be a person who gets highly excited about mathematical equations, but this is one I believe is
I have not had the opportunity to listen to Mitch Album on the radio as much lately as I used to, but one of his segments that I particularly enjoyed had Mitch saying, “Is it just me, or … ?”
My favorite Martin Luther quote (though it likely is more legend than actual) is “If I knew that tomorrow was the end of the world (or the world would go to pieces), I would still plant an apple tree.” The