During the summer, the leaves of our towering elm trees provide shady relief from the blistering sun. I wouldn’t trade them for anything. As much as I enjoy that benefit, the payment is the amount of time and effort needed to clean up their colorful mess in the fall.
On October 27th, the second season of the critically acclaimed Netflix series Stranger Things begins. It will be interesting to see how the psychokentic heroine Eleven returns after her dramatic exit in season one.
Chuck has fallen on hard times and couldn’t afford to keep ol’ Snoopy current on his shots. Going for walks is more challenging now because he growls and barks at anything that moves.
Team Green bested Team Gray in Game Two of the Mystics World Series last night by one run, 11-10. Green currently leads the Series, 2-0, with Game Three tomorrow night at Haaland Field at 5pm.
After a record-breaking championship drought, the Chicago Cubs topped the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 6 to secure the NCLS pennant and a berth in the World Series. Synonymous with the Cubs was the late sportscaster Harry Caray, the so-called ‘Mayor of Rush Street’, who added his own brand of color commentary with his signature ‘Holy Cow’ while announcing for the north side Chicago team. As a kid growing up, I mostly avoided the afternoon broadcasts of Cubs games on WGN, but this season it was hard not to cheer for them knowing that they hadn’t seen the Fall Classic since 1945.
I’m excited to break out the Sharpies again for another Inktober. Today’s inkling is of Carson Wentz. It’s hard not to be a fan of this dedicated NFL QB from Bismarck.
Football is nearly over and on days like today, Spring seems like a lifetime away. In order to instill some hope and give the baseball fans in our household something to look forward to, I give you the official ‘Countdown to Opening Day’ refrigerator white board calendar.
Congratulations to the North Dakota State University Bison on their fifth straight FCS National Championship — something no other college football team has ever done! Bismarck’s very own Carson Wentz led an impressive performance against the Jacksonville State Gamecocks. Final Score: 37-10.
I remember trick-or-treating as a kid and hoping like heck that I wouldn’t get peanut butter taffy. It was the Tootsie Roll of 1981.
A twist on a familiar season. Happy hunting.