Saturday, March 14th at 9am will see the annual Moving Day® Orlando event to benefit the Parkinson’s Foundation at Crane’s Roost Park in Altamonte Springs. The Moving Day® Orlando website offers this description of the event: Moving Day® is the National Parkinson Foundation Central Florida’s annual fundraising walk/run event. It is a fun and inspiring […]
In Memoriam – Barbara J. Wetherington, July 8, 1934 – February 27, 2010 I miss you every day Mom.
Cindy shows that the world revolves around her during our visit to Universal Studios in 2006 for this week’s Throwback Thursday.
I don’t know where I got this from, but it makes me laugh every time I see it, because I can just imagine this is how it would be the first time Lois Lane sees Superman’s junk.
I was sitting at my desk Sunday afternoon working on some research when my cell phone rang. The number that came up was 407-539-4401, which I didn’t recognize. I don’t usually answer calls from numbers I don’t recognize, preferring to let them go to voicemail and checking who they are from later at my convenience, […]
Last week the “father of the Internet” (no, not Al Gore), Vint Cerf, sounded an alarm about the preservation of digital information, specifically our personal writings and photographic memories, but also government records. His concern is not the disappearance of the actual digital files, but rather the presence of a software program designed to read, […]
Today’s Throwback Thursday takes us to the Bluegrass State of Kentucky when I was there in February of 2009 and a frozen waterfall. Current weather reports indicate it looks just about the same this year.
If there were ever an activity that deserves its own day of recognition, it is National Drink Wine Day. Not that I need an excuse, mind you. But as their website declares, “The purpose of National Drink Wine Day is to spread the love and health benefits of wine. We embrace the positive benefits of […]
Today’s Throwback Thursday photo is one I took in February of 2008 at the flooded Riverfront Park in Baton Rouge, LA. I was there doing some work at the end of the response to Hurricane Katrina which had hit the area back in 2005. While I was there the Mississippi River was flooding along its […]
Do you remember this little ditty from when you were a kid? Everyone’s doing it..doing it..doing it.. Picking their nose and chewing it..chewing it… They think its candy.. But it’s not. And sometimes it was followed by: Green and yellow Slimy snot. Of course “it’s not” sounds like “it’s snot” which […]