I am starting to train for the Cinco de Joker 5k (tomorrow, I promise) and needed to get a pair of running shoes. It’s been about 4 years since I have worn a pair of tennies.
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It was a beautiful day, yet an extremely stressful one. So, Rubin suggested a little walk down to
Forever Yogurt (aka, my heaven).
Here’s my mis-mosh:
Had to take a 6 a.m. flight this morning and while I napped through most of it…I woke up to this beautiful sunrise.
What a nail-biter! I wish I had a picture of the Hawks at the end of the game, but I was too busy jumping up and down and yelling my face off.
Tonight game was the best game I have ever attended! Survive and advance.
KU 63 – Purdue 60
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Kiss me, I’m a Jayhawk…
Since I have lived in Chicago (6+ years), this is the first weekend we haven’t celebrated a Chi-rish St. Patty’s and it just so happens to be the return of the South Side Parade.
Oh, well. Glad to be in Omaha to support the Hawks.
ROCK CHALK SHAMROCK!!!
Was so lucky to have center court tickets to the KU v. Detroit game tonight. Most of the first half was kind nerve-stacking, but I ended up breathing by half-time.
Wish we were there for the MU loss, but took a sake bomb to celebrate. See ya!
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Iowa 80, world’s largest truck stop!
It’s a tradition for us to stop at this magnificent attraction on our way to Nebraska, but Cory usually is in too big of a hurry to soak in everything it has to offer. But, that’s OK. As long as I leave with a Frosty or Blizzard, I’m happy.
May not be the most appropriate photo of the day, but a bath much needed today.
Yay! It’s here. Loving the beautiful weather so early in March.
I have been lucky enough to have 3 cab drivers this year who not only took credit card (such a challenge) but were so techy about processing.
Check out this amazingly efficient iPhone plug-in,
Square, that scans credit cards. It’s only $10, scans without “service issues” and charges the standard processing fee. Customers sign on the phone and a receipt is emailed!