Friday, August 31, 2007
1. Keep your cars clean(use car wash, automatic shut
nozzles on hoses and buckets)
2. Keep the flowerbeds pretty
3. Take care of fall vegetable crops
4. Teenagers should
limit themselves to three showers a day of not more than 55 minutes each
5. Cooking water (potato water) or aquarium water is good for plants- aquarium water is probably not good for cooking, even though it has less
5. Have a glass of water with your morning coffee and do talk about this at the Restaurant, Bank, Post Office, Ruth’s Beauty
Shop, and where ever else you might be because I want to save postage and your
neighbor may not know about this.
6. DEP web site for drought
information is http://www.depweb.state.pa.us/(keyword “Drought”)
7. One more; if you see water where it doesn’t belong, contact me. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, August 29, 2007
Tuesday, August 28, 2007
I don't know if last week was "Pick on Joel Snyder Week" or not? The ventrilloquist got me on Sunday and Jeff sent me these. I am not a fan of Mrs. Clinton's polotics, but she seem like an okay dancer? ? ? ?
Sunday, August 26, 2007
Friday, August 24, 2007
Thanks to Stacey at Stacey Snyder's Studio for the team pic.
Thursday, August 23, 2007
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
The secretary here at the church was buzzing a couple of weeks ago. Her eight year old granddaughter, Makenzie McDonald, has been taking gymnastic lessons for a few years and been doing well. So well, in fact, that she qualified for a national event, The State Games of America, at the Air Force Academy in Colorado. Makenzie did very well and came home from the meet with four total medals. She won a second in the vault, and thirds in the floor and bars. She also received a third place medal in all around.
Makenzie has spent time here in the office and is a personable young girl. We here in the office are very proud her and I know that her grandparents are as well. Congratulations Makenzie!
Monday, August 20, 2007
On May 16 I began an experiment. If you like, you could search for it on the blog and find it. The experiment hasn't gone well. So, today, I begin a new experiment. I have joined a site called payperpost. They actually will pay me money - $5.00 or more to post about web sites, companies, products and more! I love the idea. I have again decided to use the money for the youth in my church and surrounding ministry. Just like the name of my blog, it won't be about me. So please bare with me as I occasionally review some "products" and share my thoughts with you.
This idea also came from the "Hot Dog Truck" blog. I guess I figured that if I was going to spend some time posting, and they are willing to pay for it, I might as well try it out. Hopefully the teenagers in Richfield and surrounding area will benefit from this experiment in the long run.
Also, if you are a blogger or an advertiser, you might like to try out payperpost with me. The advertisers get people to hear about their product and the bloggers get paid. This seems like a much better experiment to me than my last one.
This unique video features interviews with Coach Dungy, Linebacker Gary
Brackett, Offensive Guard Dylan Gandy and Tight End Ben Utecht. Great for church
youth groups, the 2006 Faith & Football DVD takes a deeper look at the faith
that has played a pivotal role in the lives and careers of these Colts.
So, Friday night a couple of us went to the outlets in Lancaster. After spending too much money in the Big Dogs store, we went across the highway to Texas Roadhouse. I was looking forward to a nice meal as I have lived on Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches all week at football preseason camp. This was my second trip to this Roadhouse. The wait was long, as expected. They have a window to watch the grill team making the steaks, etc. I probably watched for at least 20 minuets, with nothing better to do. We were also given the chance to select the steak we wanted to have prepared. It was a good idea and it helped take our minds off of the wait time, if even for a few minutes. It is a fun atmosphere with loud music, peanut shells on the floor, and line dancing wait staff. The best part of the evening was the steak. I haven't had a steak as good as that since. . . well I don't remember the last time I have had a steak as good. Seriously, it just seemed to melt in your mouth. I savored every minute of it. I will definitely look forward to the my next trip to Lancaster and the Roadhouse. For now, it is back to PB&J at preseason.
Thursday, August 16, 2007
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Monday, August 13, 2007
Sunday, August 12, 2007
Thursday, August 9, 2007
Not more than a few steps later I walked into the football locker room . . . Music? ? ? that I semi-recognized was playing . . . by Nirvana.
Interesting. . .
Wednesday, August 8, 2007
Thanks to Jeff for finding both videos. I had seen the "Battle at Kruger" on Fox News this morning. However, this response is comical.
Tuesday, August 7, 2007
Sunday, August 5, 2007
Friday, August 3, 2007
Wednesday, August 1, 2007
We go there each year for our "Celebration" meal when we go to Charlotte, NC to the Operation Christmas Child warehouse. I have also been to a Buca's in California - not that you care. Anyway, it is just Wednesday and yet my taste buds are going crazy thinking about it.