Month: February 2011

My or Our Turn

In the case of his being lazy, sitting around and watching television, getting up to stretch his legs, picking up his guitar to literally play just a few chords before putting it back upon the stand, sitting back down again and groaning, and constantly talking to us cats as if we care:  this is Chris’ day.…

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"In the Frozen Land of Nador…"

The competing titles of this entry were:  Another Saturday Without Sarah and the Ensuing Boredom AnticsThe Møøse is on the Løøse“Help!  Help!  I’m Being Repressed!” After searching determinately for quality Saturday morning cartoons, knowing beforehand about unavoidable and upcoming dismay, but looking anyway, I decided to watch a movie.  Since Sarah left for work, I was left to play…

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Sunny Syracuse

Okay, everyone, each and every one of you, especially you, those beautiful (and some not so beautiful) Syracuse residents.  The day is February 18, 2011, and the weather is absolutely gorgeous.  With the temperature at 50 degrees, the sun shining with barely any cloud cover, it is not the day to spend it indoors.  The…

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Wanting to Spread My Wings… Again

Sarah and I were watching my hero, Anthony Bourdain, Sunday morning.  That morning we had given into defeat, officially staying up after tossing and turning all night long.  We’re blaming it on the wine, attending the chocolate-themed events at various wineries along Senaca Lake.  Taking the most proper route and overall direction, we ended our…

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Superfoul

I know blogging about the Superbowl is redundant and cliche, but I just have to! No, the misspelling was intentional as opposed to the poor entertainment provided by last night’s yearly football extravaganza.  Each week, we anticipate and countdown to this Sunday Funday, a day where friends get together, eat extraordinarily unhealthy, drink beer, and watch some…

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Funnies

Growing up, the only thing appealing about a newspaper was the CNY section and the comics in particular.  I never really got into the crossword puzzles until later in life, or when I began to “know things.”  I’d answer the questions as best as I could, starting out with the Saturday edition.  Sure that’s an…

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