Until next week ... kisses
Are you busy grilling and chilling in the good old summertime?
Don’t you wish summer would always be here?
Witnessing the end of an era can be a somewhat somber experience.
By now I am sure everyone has pulled out their shorts, sandals, flip-flops and bikinis.
I usually save “roll out those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer” until at least late July or early August.
Throughout my whole life, I have been accused of looking at life through rose-colored glasses.
June is busting out all over. I know I have said it before, but what a delight to say it again. Although we still have to contend with the one-day sunny, one-day torrential rain storm, it’s all good.
Regardless of rain or shine, technological development doesn’t stop. This fact was never more evident than at the Inaugural Virtual Enterprises International Venture Challenge as they celebrated the Magic of Entrepreneurship.
Here we are, in the merry merry month of May. This month is the time we celebrate our mothers, May graduates and all of those who have served and died for our country as members of the military. Memorial Day is also a good time to recognize the cost of war.
A torrential rainstorm one day a week and trees are in full bloom—and so is my hay fever.