I’m not a fan of round ball–ie. basketball. I played a little back in the day, under duress. As a result, I don’t pay much attention to brackets when March Madness rolls around. This year? I have to admit to giggling often when I catch a sports report because EVERYONE’S bracket got blown all to hell and back. Go Cinderella! Show ’em how to dance. And yes, I am talking about the men’s side of the bracket because unlike others, I can define both what a man is AND and woman. Anyway…
The weather turned out really nice over the weekend. Made me a happy camper, especially since I have to out into the backyard and stand around with Boone while he does his thing. I’ve been finding a sunbeam and soaking up some Vitamin D.
I am catching back up to my reading/listening goals to meet my 2022 challenge. I’ve read 32 of 150 books and I’m only 3 books behind schedule now. Yesterday, I finished up Shelly Laurenston’s Pride series. She has a way with silliness and shifters. I’ve rolled over into her follow-on series, The Badger Chronicles. I have to admit, I do have a soft spot in my heart for the honey badgers.
There was writing. A bit more than the previous week but still not up to my par. Ah well. All new words are appreciated and I’m still liking the ones Im typing. I get the rights to the rest of the Moonstruck Wolf books set in Susan Stoker’s world on Friday. I REALLY need to get on the ball and get all of them ready for reupload once they disappear from Amazon. Yes, I am taking them wide. I really need to brain this week.
LOTS of softball and baseball this weekend! My OSU Cowgirls rocked their conference series against Texas Tech. The Cowboys also had a good weekend. OU gave all their fans a heart attack yesterday. They were 0-0 against Baylor until the 6th inning when Baylor scored. OU was down to their last out in the bottom of the 7th and they managed to get 2 on base (FINALLY) and then the batter hit a walk-off three-run homer. Whew! And this from a team that’s run-ruled teams 24 times this year. On the pro side, My Cardinals were a mixed bag but it’s spring training and a late start at that. They’ll be ready by opening day in April. I ❤ spring sports!
LG had an early morning trip to the ER Sunday. Boone nailed him in the eye with a paw/claws and he (LG) has two abrasions–on the iris and the white. He has meds and is supposed to take things easy. Poor LG. He gets the brunt of Boone’s activities.
Gotta brag on The Only again. The advertising agnecy she works for has some awesome clients–several tribes, the Murray Bombing Museum and Memorial, and the state’s largest “local” banking group. She’s gone from head archivist to Director of Creative Services and they are also utilizing her amazing photographer skills. She also has good ideas. See, that bank bases it’s commercials on local history and she had a suggestion for when they did a commercial for the city of Muskogee. Well, no commercial yet, but the bank picked her idea for their “Loyal TV” channel. Y’all go check out The Native Modernist. Only’s first degree is an Assciates in Indian Art from Bacone College. Her mentor was Ruthe Blalock Jones, a renowned Native American artist, who was mentored in turn by Dick West. When Only graduated, Ms. Jones presented her with a set of paint brushes orginally owned by West. Anyway, y’all know how proud LG and I are of her.
On that note, it’s Monday and my madness consists of my weekly trek through Wallyworld. Jake is ready to go so time for me to get out there and people. Lord help us all! 😉 Anyboyd do something fun this weekend?