There’s a song that they sing when they take to the highway A song that they sing when they take to the sea A song that they sing of their home in the sky Maybe you can believe it if it helps you to… Continue Reading “Pop Culture Quote Monday”
I’ve never been one for the comic book movie. But after all the raves and all the friends who’d seen the latest Batman installment, when the chance to go this afternoon popped up, I decided, “why not?” What I didn’t expect was to really… Continue Reading “Dark Knight”
I get to openly mock this: Because it rightfully deserves to be mocked. Mercilessly. Seriously, the crazy finger-pointing alone is worth 10 minutes of mocking.
You have control over only two things: How you treat yourself and how you treat others. _______________________________________________________________ There are two things you cannot control: How others treat you and how others treat themselves. … passed on to me from my pastor. Good stuff.
First of all, I must say Mamma Mia! was incredible. Really. Just as good as the stage show. Meryl Streep rocks my sauce… girl can belt it. This is not an easy one, but anyone with a twisted sense of humor adores this movie:… Continue Reading “Pop Culture Quote Monday”
This town: Kearney. It’s where I’ve lived for the last eight years, and the place I will say goodbye to in four short weeks. Many things about this town drive me crazy. But many things don’t. I choose to focus on the things that… Continue Reading “Reason #2 Why I Love Nebraska”
You fell victim to one of the classic blunders. The most famous is: “Never get involved in a land war in Asia.” But, only slightly less well known is this: “Never go in against a Sicilian, when death is on the line!”
Legacy Milk comes out of Hallam, NE. They use glass bottles that you can return to the store (Environmentally-friendly! Yea!), they have crazy-fun flavors like Cotton Candy and Root Beer. You pay a little extra, but it completely worth it. They don’t use any… Continue Reading “Reason #1 Why I Love Nebraska”
The troubadours wrote songs and poetry, mainly centering around the themes of love and chivalry. One theme that has always struck me was their idea that the wound a person suffers can only be healed by the one who inflicted it. Richard Wagner, a… Continue Reading “Infliction”