Hey there. I have this Monday off and am spending an exhilarating morning hunting in Northwestern Pennsylvania. I hope to tag some biggies. When hunting, I refuse to wear the traditional fluorescent orange and camouflage. I prefer yoga pants, an oversized sweatshirt, and my lucky pair of reindeer cabin socks when I scope out the scene. By the way, I’d rather “dress” like Lady Godiva than sport a camo outfit, even if it’s one bedazzled with sparkles. Continue reading “Hunting for Deals not Deer”
We are thankful for these two furry friends. Because of their coloring, our daughter Cara nicknamed Louie (the sheltie) “Thanksgiving Dinner” and Italia (the golden) “Fried Chicken.” Continue reading “Thanksgiving Dinner and Fried Chicken”
The actual and metaphoric sky which umbrellas all earthlings sprinkles and showers us with various shines and shadows. It’s a wacky, windy, wildly unpredictable sky, and so is my job as a sunshine.
I know some of you have been wondering what this position entails. Allow me to explain. Who knows, you might be cut out for this line of work too? Continue reading “My Symbolic Story of being a Part-Time Sunshine”
In observance of Veterans Day, 2016, I’d like to thank you and your loved ones who have served this magnificent country of ours.
My father, Frank Snyder, God rest his soul, was in the army during the tail end of the Korean War. He was stationed in England as a PFC who drove a half track. His eight older brothers also served in various branches of the military. The Snyder boys were patriotic brothers. Continue reading “Veterans Day”
NaNoWriMo – November 1, 2016
Who out there knows what this is? If you don’t are you curious? Is it a name for a grandma? Is it an expression from a new character on earth (similar to Mork from Ork — Nano Nano). Is it the worst possible name to give to your brand new puppy? How about your new kitty? It stands for something, but if you’ve never seen it, then you might come up with all sorts of other balderdash meanings. Continue reading “What is NaNoWriMo?”