If you’ve never been to a major sporting event, put it on your bucket list, now. Even better, put Lambeau Field on your bucket list.Read More Looking to Score
On my recent trip to New Mexico, I had a free day, so I decided to do some exploring. I decided to head over to the Carlsbad Caverns, all alone.Read More What Caveat?
The sun baked my skin relentlessly and I could feel the sweat run in rivulets down my back as my flesh sizzled like bacon, frying in the scalding sun.Read More This Was Really (Carls) Bad
I wonder to myself, “Is this a slow suicide?” Just take the pill, everything will be alright, you’ll be okay.Read More Fwd Focus
This week marks my one-year blogging anniversary, and now I ask myself whether this will be my last post or not. For me, blogging was always a bucket-list thing, and now I can check that one off and move on, or I can continue to share my thoughts and adventures.Read More A Place to B-Log
I’m not the artistic type. I can’t match colors, I can’t sew or knit nor draw or paint. In fact, I am quite artistically retardedRead More ‘Tard and Feathered
How many of us want something right now, without the chore of having to wait or struggle for it? Have you ever given up on a dream because it will just take too long or you feel like you aren’t making any progress? Our society grants us so much instant gratification and when results are delayed, discouragement sets in.Read More Delayed GRADification
Mixed results today when I visited the surgeon. This cancer diagnosis has been nothing but mind games for me and looks like it will continue to do so. But first the good news.Read More Lymph No’d
I never thought I would reach this goal. But as Nelson Mandela said: “It always seems impossible until it’s done.” Here I am, graduating at age 50. I have many mixed emotions about finishing. I am so very glad to be done, but sad because I have this insatiable thirst to continue learning.Read More Ain’t life Grad?