Month: March 2021

Red Flag Days

It’s been an interesting couple of days. A noisy couple of days, with the constant sound of helicopters and airplanes filling the skies. We woke up Monday morning to very gusty winds. A Red Flag Warning had been issued for… Read More ›

Bucket List Sunrise

I’m not one for making bucket lists. The only time in my life I ever did, I came back from the hardware store with a five-gallon plastic pail because I needed something to transport water. Sometimes, I’m too literal for… Read More ›

Don’t Have a Cow, Man!

A Real Shot in the Arm Tara texted me yesterday, letting me know that Walgreen’s was scheduling COVID vaccinations for our eligibility groups. I still hadn’t heard anything from the local health system regarding an appointment, so I jumped online… Read More ›

Cheese Curd Panic

I have officially acclimated to life on the northern plains. Here’s proof: It was snowing and the temperature was hovering around freezing, so I raised my windshield wipers when I pulled into the parking lot at work today. Raising my… Read More ›

Ay, Oh, Way to Go

It was 70º yesterday. Sure felt a lot like spring, but I’d be a fool to believe we’ve turned the corner on a new season. One glance at the forecast reveals the truth. That’s how we transition to spring around… Read More ›