I know that Thanksgiving isn’t even here yet, but some already have Christmas on their minds, especially the merchants gearing up for the big sales, not just on Black Friday, but now on Thanksgiving itself! While some shoppers are chomping at the bit to score all the huge deals, several employees have expressed their distain for the idea of being open on Thanksgiving. Do you think they have a valid complaint?
There was a time when the woman stayed home, took care of the kids, and when her husband pulled into the driveway, the dinner would be sitting on the table piping hot. Long gone are those days. As you know it takes husband and wife to bring home the bacon and both to fry it up! But every once in a while, it's nice to have a man cook for we women, and guys, today is the day!
If you love comedy, you probably know the name Phyllis Diller. Many female comediennes agree that if it wasn’t for her pioneering spirit, at a time where most everything, including comedy was dominated by men, that they themselves would not be able to do what Phyllis loved to do, make people laugh
We had a good discussion earlier today about why some things are different in Wyoming than in other states, and while looking up some differences, I stumbled upon this list that helps define our Cowboy state. To coin a phrase from Jeff Foxworthy in his “You might be a Redneck if…”series, this list might help you determine that “You might be from Wyoming if…”so here goes!
If you've ever moved to another state, you may notice some things that are a little different than the state you moved from. Now that my husband and I are settling down in the Cowboy State, I’ve noticed some interesting things in Cheyenne and other parts of the state that sometimes have me scratching my head and asking the question “Why?” For instance, one thing I’ve never seen this until moving here, is the flashing yellow left turn arrows at several intersections in Cheyenne, which has me asking “Why?”
I have to admit, I never really liked Brittney Spears, I never thought she could sing. After seeing this latest video and hearing the waaaay off key notes that Brittney was belting out in concert, maybe I was right all along!
We’ve had some sad losses over the weekend, one of them being rock icon Lou Reed who passed away on Sunday, only 6 months after he had a liver transplant. We also lost a television icon this past Friday, actress Marcia Wallace.
You’ve seen those crazy DUI sobriety tests given to some intoxicated individual with absolutely no chance of passing. However, this dancing cowboy give this officer a run, or should I say dance for her money, and nearly passes in this hysterical “dancing sobriety test!”
It’s not an easy song to sing, just ask the countless artists who have completely botched the lyrics to our National Anthem! During game 2 of the World Series, James Taylor nearly ended up on that list, by forgetting what song he was singing!
She might know how to put 1 and 1 together, but when it came to emailing her students a math question, her email skills didn’t quite add up. A math teacher’s assistant from the University of Iowa learned a tough lesson, after realizing that instead of answers to a math question that she thought she emailed to her students, they were none other than nude photos of herself!
Sometimes it’s hard to be a parent who has kids in sports, when they win, it’s great but when they loose, it can be pretty saddening. But, as my parents always believed, it’s just a part of growing up, and sometimes loosing can teach our kids how to be better sports when it comes to loosing, and that they gave it their all and should be proud of themselves. It's an opportunity for kids to learn by the mistakes, take it on the chin, and prepare to win next time. But what if your child’s high school football team looses 91 to 0?!!!
Weird to think that in this day and age we would still have laws at are actually in the books? Laws like: “It’s illegal for a woman in Memphis, Tennessee to drive without a man waving a red flag in front of them?" Or how "flirting in San Antonio, Texas could get you in big trouble because you’d be breaking the law," even if you barely batted an eyelash at someone? Gizmodo
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