I confess, I get bored easily at sporting events. It’s probably because I either don’t know the rules, know the rules but get distracted and miss the good parts, or I just don’t care because the outcome doesn’t matter to me.
Case in point, the Duke vs. Bucknell Lacrosse game I attended last Saturday.
I wanted to share some pictures with the light of day. The snow was melting so fast, it was coming off the trees in clumps–as if the trees were throwing snowballs.
Snow in Atlanta is just more fun than it was in Iowa. And it’s prettier, too. I guess that’s because there are only two stages here — freshly fallen and melted. In Iowa, the snow spends most of its time in that horrible in-between stage where it is gray and dirty.
Snow doesn’t come often to Georgia, but we enjoy it when it does. Here are some pictures I took tonight…
Jackie Collins was on Good Morning, America this week to promote her new book. This woman sells a lot of books. She has written 27 NY Times Bestsellers and sold more than 400 million copies of her books. And I think I know why. This woman knows how to market her books!
While being interviewed by George Stephanopoulos she is thrown an incredible marketing challenge–George refuses to say the title of her book and won’t allow her to say it either. Read more »
Watching the Daraja Choir sing, I was captivated by their little faces. Their dark skin glistened as if the stage lights dusted them with glitter. Deep brown eyes shined from the inside, as if that’s where the light came from rather than reflected off of. With each synchronized movement, joy radiated out of every muscle–from the fingers as they swung their arms in time to the music, to their toes stepping out the rhythm. These kids oozed delight in what they were doing. I’ve seen joy before, but it has usually been Read more »