I love to read and am open to reading just about anything. I do have my limits, nothing futuristic or scientific. So when I started hearing about the book Fifty Shades of Grey and its sister books I started reading reviews on them and it intrigued me so I purchased the first book for my Kindle. I’ve read the first one and I’m almost through the second and I have to tell you……
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I am a Boston Red Sox fan…I know strange since I’m from NY but I don’t like to do things ‘normal’. Fenway Park opened April 20, 1912 and is celebrating 100 years of good old American Baseball. I had the opportunity to recently take a trip to Beantown and explore. The park, the town, the people are nice; they have pride…red pride. The feeling I got from just walking outside near the park was amazing even breath taking. Yes, I had tickets for a game against the Yankees but it was rained out (don’t worry I’ll be back in July). I took the tour of Fenway for a small fee and it was worth every single penny!
T-Time – Memorial Day and Patriotism
“A nation reveals itself not only by the men it produces but also by the men it honors, the men it remembers.” ~ John Fitzgerald Kennedy (American 35th US President (1961-63)
In the course of my lifetime there have been 5 wars and 3 interventions. When I stop to think of the number of our men and women that have lost their lives, my mind just can’t comprehend it. Think of the number of men and women that have lost their lives just during the Middle East conflicts. Our men and women fight for the ideal of freedom for all people because that’s what we experience here and what first settlers wanted when they created the Colonies. But do we, as a country, still have the same level of patriotism that our ancestors did?
Please and Thank You. How often do you say these two words, or how often do you hear them? For me personally, I try to say them regularly because I feel that they really do go a long ways. When you are at the check out at the grocery store, ordering something from a fast food drive-thru, a driver allowed you to pull out in front of you from a drive way while sitting in traffic, or at a light, someone holding a door open for you, or holding the elevator on your way up to an appointment, or the office, do you tell them thank you? What about when someone asks you if you would like a drink or a bite to eat, even in your own home do you answer yes please, or no thank you or just say yes and no? I bring this up because
Hey, I’m Tina. I was born and raised in upstate NY. I have lived in a small farming community my whole life; I love the small country feel, but I am beginning to love the bigger cities. I am a mom of two, a 3 yr old boy, P (referred to as Superman), and a 7 yr old girl, A (will be referred as the Dancer)-they are my life and bring a smile to my face all the time. I work full time at Cornell University.
Hello! I’m Noelle, just a chick from Minnesota, born and raised in the suburbs of the Twin Cities. I did a stint “wandering the desert” in Phoenix, AZ for about ten years, before moving back to the great white north. I’m a relatively new convert to country music (in the last 6-7 years); Keith Urban was my gateway drug, so to speak. He’s cute and can play the guitar like no one’s business, how could I resist? Not to mention that accent. And by the way, if you haven’t seen him live, do so ASAP. Once I was hooked on country, I fell hard.