Returning As a Court Monitor For Hoopfest 2024

Alright, can we just get through the next 24 hours as quickly as possible? I have Hoopfest fever and am stoked to return as a court monitor to the best and biggest 3-on-3 basketball tournament in the world.

Last night I went downtown to pick up my court monitor gear and court assignment. The forest green t-shirts are nice and the purple basketball really pops. Although I am a little puzzled about why the shorts don’t have pockets, I am thankful for anything free. The coveted shoes are now handed out after the tournament to encourage volunteers to actually show up instead of swiping the shoes and sleeping in.

I am excited to return as a court monitor for Hoopfest 2024.

As for my court assignment? Ah man, you are going to love this: This Coug is on a University of Idaho-sponsored court 😂. But it’s all good because my court location is awesome—right in the middle of the action at Spokane Falls Boulevard and Howard. I am overseeing an adult male 8-team bracket. That means my Saturday will be over after the 12:30 p.m. game giving me time to catch afternoon action featuring my friends and family.

This year’s ball definitely pops!

Speaking of family, I will have my wife and daughter helping me this weekend. Sidney is my scorekeeper and Sloan is my assistant scorekeeper. This Reser trio will make sure our court is in good hands.

This is my bracket. Come see me!

There is nothing like Hoopfest weekend. If you have never experienced it before, make it happen tomorrow. The weather is supposed to be gorgeous! If you do find yourself walking the downtown streets, don’t hesitate to stop by and say “hi.” Please pray for a safe and healthy event for all involved. Don’t Blink.

Blue Creme Thursday Rundown

Ahhh sweet summer continues. I hope you have enjoyed a terrific June and are excited for the month that screams “summer” more than any other—July. Here we go with my latest Thursday Rundown…

Family Reunion – We spent last weekend in Walla Walla to celebrate my Aunt Patty’s 60th birthday. The main event took place on Saturday evening at Pioneer Park, a true gem of eastern Washington. Below is a photo of my dad (fourth from the left) with his siblings, including Aunt Patty (second from left). With them in spirit are my late Uncle Mike and late Aunt Nancy.

My aunts and uncles at Pioneer Park in Walla Walla.

Star Wars Oreos – Many of you know that I like to talk Oreos, so I wanted to show you what Sid and Sloan recently picked up. They purchased Dark Side or Light Side Star Wars limited edition Oreos. The gimmick is that when you open the package you either have “dark side” cookies with red crème or “light side” cookies with blue crème. We naturally discovered blue crème cookies in our pack! Oh, by the way, the crème of each option is infused with sugar crystals that provide a pretty satisfying consistency.

These Oreos were kind of fun.

Hoopfest Memory – On this date nine years ago, I volunteered as a Hoopfest court monitor for the seventh time in my life. Serving as my scorekeeper was my beautiful fiancé (😉). In fact, KXLY even did a news story on us traveling all the way from South Carolina to participate. Anyway, after nearly a decade since I last served as a court monitor, I will be volunteering in that same capacity this weekend. But more on that tomorrow.

All I can show you is a photo from the story because the link to the actual report is now broken.

Dave & Buster’s Anniversary – Sorry for another “on this date” topic, but on June 27, 2017, I wrote about my first couple of trips to Dave & Buster’s. Before June of 2017, I almost thought Dave & Buster’s was just a big legend. I would see so many television ads for the entertainment center but had never set foot in one. That all changed when a location opened up in Myrtle Beach. Sidney and I had a lot of fun going to Dave & Buster’s every now and then for games, food, and drinks. It was a sensory overload for sure but the atmosphere always gave me a jolt of energy. I really think Dave & Buster’s should move into the Players and Spectators location here in Spokane.

Sidney and I playing at Dave & Buster’s in 2017.

The Debate – I need to turn my focus away from the computer screen and to the TV screen because the presidential debate is about to start. Or, actually, is that even a good idea? I don’t know if I even want to watch Donald Trump and Joe Biden battle it out tonight because honestly, it is going to be uncomfortable. Get ready for the insults to fly, the yelling to begin, and the mud to be thrown. Although I am glad that there will be no studio audience and only one microphone turned on at a time, I think it will most likely still be a s*** show. Let the candidate with the fewest gaffes prevail!

Get ready for what will probably be a wild one tonight.


Thanks for reading, friends! Can’t wish you all a good weekend (yet) because I will be back tomorrow with a short blog post. Until then, enjoy your Thursday evening. Don’t Blink.

Training to be Cathletes

We are in the midst of that very special week that always comes around during the latter half of June: Catholic Summer Camp!

This year the theme at St. Mary is Cathletics: Training to be Champions of Christ. The goal of this year’s camp is to focus on the Commandments, Beatitudes, and the Fruits of the Holy Spirit. As you can imagine, Sloan is working hard to be the best Cathlete that she can.

The theme for this year’s Catholic Summer Camp at St. Mary is Cathletics.

Because it just wouldn’t be right otherwise, this year’s Cathletics theme is playing off the Olympics. Walk in the gym and you will see the six rings everywhere. There is even an Olympics-inspired photo backdrop available.

Sloan wearing her Catholic Summer Camp “Cathletics” t-shirt.

But the Olympics angle was executed to perfection on Sunday evening. That was when the “opening ceremony” was held. Mass was said at 5 p.m. and then all campers and families converged in the gym for a pizza dinner followed by the parade of nations. The parade took the form of camp volunteers marching around the gym holding portraits of saints from all around the world. Then the really cool part occurred. Kevin Schultz, the 8th grade teacher at St. Mary Catholic School, constructed a gigantic monstrance that doubles as an Olympic cauldron. To conclude the opening ceremony on Sunday night, a “torch bearer” (aka random parent) performed the honor of “lighting” the monstrance/cauldron (the “flame” is fan-powered orange paper).

This monstrance was constructed by St. Mary Catholic School teacher Kevin Schultz.

The flame has shined brightly ever since. Over the past three days, Sloan and her fellow campers have made crafts, learned songs, danced their hearts out, watched skits, played games, and—most importantly—ate snacks. Oh wait, that has not been the most important part. Rather, it has been nurturing their relationship with God and becoming more familiar with the graces he has given us.

Volunteers parade around the gym with photos of the saints during the opening ceremony for the St. Mary Cathletics Catholic Summer Camp.

Perhaps the only aspect of camp that is more on fire than the cauldron itself is the enthusiasm of Marie Bricher. She is once again leading the week as she never ceases to amaze me by her creativity, attention to detail, gift for teaching, and love of Jesus. Thanks for all you do, Marie!

Please pray for the campers and volunteers as they finish out the last two days of camp. For the most of us not attending the St. Mary Catholic Summer Camp, we can still train to be champions of Christ. Don’t Blink.

Getting Organized

Some sense of organization is finally returning to our lives. When we moved from Myrtle Beach in 2020, we simply couldn’t bring everything with us. One such casualty that didn’t make the trip across the country was our filing cabinet. It was clunky and, to be honest, it had seen better days.

Well, we have definitely missed it over the past four years. I adopted the “put everything in random pocket folders” method. Want to guess how that worked out? There was never a central spot for these folders as they ended up in drawers and baskets throughout the house. Storing birth certificates in one folder under the bed upstairs and passports in a folder in the corner of my office downstairs just didn’t make a lot of sense.

For the past few months, Sidney and I have been very cognizant about the fact that we needed to do something about our disorganization. We looked at a couple places and kept our eyes opened at a large garage sale but didn’t find anything to our liking…until a few weeks ago.

I didn’t include this in my Father’s Day gift post, but the project Sid recently completed was the most thoughtful thing anyone has ever done for me to commemorate the special day. About a week before June 16, Sidney found a couple filing cabinets at Value Village. They were second-hand and in pretty bad shape, at least externally. After much debate on whether she wanted to buy them or just give up on the filing cabinet search, she chose the former.

Sidney did a really special think for Father’s Day by restoring these two filing cabinets.

When Sidney arrived home, she cleared our cars out of the garage and started the project. Over the course of several days, she sanded the cabinets, primed them, and painted them. I am kicking myself that I didn’t snap a “before” photo but if you can imagine the brown faded wood look you have a pretty good idea of what she was dealing with.

Last Tuesday she brought the finished products into our home. We have them both inside my office sandwiching my desk. The process of filling the cabinets up with contents from the folders is ongoing. Much gratitude to my wife for using her creativity and love to solve for a problem that I let fester for too long. Don’t Blink.

Powell Thursday Rundown

It is officially summer at the Reser household! The school year completed last Friday and this week we jumped into our summer routine. Here’s hoping that life for you slows down just a bit over these next few months. However, one thing that isn’t slowing down is the Thursday Rundown. Let’s begin with tonight’s five topics…

Wedding – On Sunday, the four of us attended the wedding of Joseph and Deidre, a couple we mentored during their pre-cana marriage prep. The wedding mass at St. Mary was beautiful and the reception was a blast. It was so cool to see both the bride and groom infuse their own cultural traditions into the day as Deidre honored her Pacific Islander heritage and Joseph honored his Mexican heritage. The food was delicious, the performances were executed with skill, and the music was so much more passionate than U.S. Top 40. I was really happy that my children got to take part in such a diverse, vibrant experience.

Congratulations to Deidre and Joe! They were married on June 16, 2024.

Memory – I want to give a shout out to my sister-in-law (Sidney’s sister) and my brother-in-law who are celebrating their fifth wedding anniversary today. They tied the knot in the Florida Keys on June 20, 2019. It was the first (but not the last) destination wedding I attended as the nuptials allowed us to the tourist stuff, too. Exploring the exotic Key West was fun, the large iguanas roaming our resort were interesting, and the thatch roof restaurants had a lot of personality.

Key West was awesome!

Recent Netflix Movie – Earlier this week, Sid and I decided to watch the #1 movie on Netflix. Called “Hit Man,” it told the “somewhat true” story of an actual undercover police agent who would pose as a contracted killer to solicit murder-for-hire deals. When I first started watching the film, I was like Hey, this main actor looks familiar. That’s because it was Glen Powell, the same guy who starred in another movie I reviewed a month and a half ago, “Anyone But You.” Unfortunately, this most recent movie wasn’t much better than the one I watched in early May. Although Sid and I are true crime junkies and are intrigued by undercover police stings, there were multiple cringe scenes in “Hit Man” and I didn’t find myself captivated throughout the whole film.

“Hit Man” is just another average movie.

Flight 509 – Yesterday was Juneteenth so I had the day off to spend with the kids. As a special thing to do, I took them to the recently opened Flight 509 family amusement center. It has everything imaginable including a ropes course, laser tag arena, arcade, mini bowling lanes, indoor playground, and more. Beau loved the VR experience! We actually had an incentive to visit because a couple weeks ago we stumbled upon a geocache that contained four free Flight 509 passes. We took two and left two for the next lucky person.

Flight 509 was fun. Photos are from our visit yesterday and when we found the free passes in the geocache.

Man With Knife – I wanted to end the rundown once again on a humorous note. When I saw the below version of the Man With Knife meme I laughed out loud, immediately saved it, and sent it to my family’s text message group. I have been outspoken in the past about vanity tipping and this meme perfectly illustrates one of the more frustrating situations you can find yourself in. Sorry, not giving 20% for a takeout order.

This is an uncomfortable situation.


Another rundown in the books! We have a busy and hot weekend planned so I should get going so I can make some final preparations. If I get everything done, I am taking my kids to the park to enjoy this longest day of the year (Happy First Day of Summer!). Please remember to wear sunscreen and hydrate. Don’t Blink.


You don’t need to be a Swiftie to know that the word “eras” is synonymous with Taylor Swift. When the superstar launched her unprecedented and wildly successful stadium concert series, she called it the Eras Tour. Each “era” represented a different album she made throughout an 18-year career in music. My 7-year-old could tell you the name of all 10 eras.

Regardless of what you think about Taylor Swift, she has introduced a unique way of thinking about eras.

But each era serves a greater purpose than just naming her albums and highlighting her musical diversity. Rather, each era expresses where Swift was in her life at that time—personally and emotionally. Ask a true Swiftie about any era and they will tell you who Taylor was dating, who she was feuding with, and the overall state of her life at the time.

Taylor Swift’s recent reliance on eras has created a major impact in everyday society. Because of her gigantic influence, whether you are a fan or not, an “era” is now a unit of time measurement used by many to chronicle different periods in their lives. For example…

Last night, Sidney and I presented at our monthly Engaged Encounter meeting. Although the central function of this ministry is to stage weekend-long retreats for engaged couples, those of us who do the presenting meet monthly as a group to socialize and offer marital enrichment. The topic of our presentation? You guessed it…marital eras.

Sidney and I presented “Eras (Marriage Version” last night.

Inspired by an article by Stephanie Calis, Sid and I used the Taylor Swift formula to divide our marriage into eras. We told the story of our 8-year marriage through five different periods of time. Some of these eras were joyful and some were challenging. While the topic was fun to present as it offered relevancy to our group as we try our best to resonate with a much younger demographic of engaged couples, it was also therapeutic. By looking back on our marriage and naming our different eras, my wife and I were able to better understand how each one helped us grow and prepared us for the current era we are in.

Sidney and I after our presentation on the eras of our marriage.

Going through this exercise also helped me realize that the “eras concept” can be applied far beyond album releases and marriages 😂. You can use eras to chronicle your life based on cars driven, pets owned, houses lived in, and much more.

You can also use eras to define your career. I can chop up my professional experience by employer (UM, CCU, WSU), decade, boss, and even office. By segmenting my career into eras I can get a better understanding of my professional growth and the journey that has led me to where I am today.

So what about you? How can you use “eras” to tell the story of your life experience? I don’t share the Taylor Swift fandom that my wife and daughter embrace, but I can appreciate the usefulness of eras. Don’t Blink.

Father’s Day Gifts 2024

I celebrated my eighth Father’s Day as an actual dad this past weekend. Just like with the previous seven, it was a special day where my family went above and beyond to celebrate me.

Hanging with Beau and Sloan during Father’s Day 2024.

Although I am not a gift person (just ask my wife), I still appreciate the kindness and effort that my wife and kids put forth to give me something that is tangible. I wanted to share with you the heartfelt and unique presents they spoiled me with for Father’s Day 2024…

I usually say “a card is enough” when it comes to birthdays, Father’s Day, and Christmas. Of course they always make sure to get one, they just give a bunch of other stuff too 😂

Beau gave me a few gifts. You got the trophy that doubles as a cup for my cold beverage, an “I love my dad” sheet, and a paper weight photo display. With the sheet, I thought it was sweet that Beau values our daily walk to the end of the street to pick up our mail just as much as I do. I also loved the photo that accompanied the stone paper weight…My Dad ROCKS.

Beau spoiled me with a few different gifts.

Sloan made me a decoration craft that lists an adjective on each popsicle stick she feels describes me. It also came with a popsicle stick enclosed picture frame with a photo of her inside holding a sign that also contains nice words about me. Cut me some slack over here, I am trying not to let my ego get too out of control.

I can’t wait to hang this up.

Then you had my wife’s gift. Sidney always goes out of her way to get me something that I will enjoy and actually use. She nailed it with the gift bag that included work socks (most of my current ones have holes), mop towels (I will actually use them at the gym because I sweat a lot), pens (I am very picky with the writing utensils I use), and Twizzlers Bites (my favorite candy). I received the gifts on Sunday and it is now only Tuesday night but everything has already been used in some way!

Sid always goes all out when it comes to giving me gifts.

Big thanks to my family for making me the luckiest dad on earth. I hope all the other dads out there had a fabulous Father’s Day. Don’t Blink.

A McDonald’s Punishment

Those of us who play fantasy football are familiar with punishments. If you finish last in your league, you are mandated to do something that can be time-consuming, humiliating, bizarre, or all the above. I saw one punishment on social media over the weekend that got me thinking…

A person by the name of Joe DeLeone was the big loser in his league and was sentenced to 24 hours in a McDonald’s. Yes, Joe would have to park his behind inside a McDonald’s restaurant for an entire day unless he wanted to shorten his stay by “eating his way out.” A card was presented to DeLeone with menu items from McDonald’s in one column and the number of minutes that would be subtracted from his sentence if he consumed it. Look below for the details…

Take a look at the menu items and minute values that govern the punishment.

I immediately put myself in Joe’s situation. If it was a dozen years ago and I was single with no kids, I might embrace the 24 hours in McDonald’s and just hang out. I might sip on soda all day and make conversation with employees and customers. As someone who loves looking at the Costco carts of others to see what they fill it with, I would be similarly intrigued to hear what people are ordering at McDonald’s.

But news flash: I don’t exactly have 24 hours to waste away inside a fast food restaurant these days. So, I would probably do my best to shave off as much time as possible without triggering a heart attack. What I did first was calculate the number of minutes in 24 hours (which is 1,440 minutes) so I could work in the same units when it came to time and menu items.

I order McDonald’s from the drive-thru more often than eating inside so as you can imagine, spending 24 hours inside a restaurant would be a little cumbersome.

I then was realistic with myself. Eating enough menu items to cover 1,320 minutes (based on if I gave myself two hours to completely “eat myself out”) would probably send me to the hospital. So, I gave myself some grace. I reasoned that if this punishment was ever served to me, I would serve eight hours in the restaurant during the late night/early morning hours (10 p.m. – 6 a.m.) and hopefully eat 960 minutes worth of food.

With this goal, do you want to know the first thought that went through my mind? Chicken nuggets, baby! Eating a pack of 10 nuggets is good for 30 minutes. That means if I ate 320 nuggets, that would cover 960 minutes. Could I accomplish that in eight hours? That would be 40 nuggets per hour. I ate a 10-pack nugget just a few days ago and those pieces are pretty light. I really think I could do it! But what fun would that be?

Ice cream is good for 25 minutes with the punishment. However, brain freezes would only slow me down.

In the event that McDonald’s would run out of chicken nuggets (and to curb my own boredom), I would take a different eight-hour route. Cheeseburgers and an order of medium French fries count for 30 minutes each. In order to reach 960 minutes, you could simply eat 32 items that are valued at 30 minutes. Given eight hours, that means I would need to simply eat four 30-minute items per hour. Staying with me?

I know how I would accomplish that! I would eat an hourly meal of 20 nuggets (-60 minutes), 1 cheeseburger (-30 minutes), and 1 order of medium French fries (-30 minutes). I know all of that would really start to add up starting with just a couple hours, but it is a pace I know I could keep.

I hope to never spend 8 hours…let alone 24 hours…inside a McDonald’s.

It is a good thing that I don’t play fantasy football as I would never want to find myself in a situation such as this. But for other working dudes with a wife and kids who do play and happen to be at the bottom of their leagues, perhaps this plan can provide you some inspiration. Don’t Blink.

Making Saints In 2023-24

It was quite the scene in the first grade classroom on the last day of school. After mass this morning, the students returned to the room one last time to pack up items and say goodbye. Many of these 6-and-7-year-olds were crying and giving hugs. As the time arrived for us to go, I had to practically drag Sloan out of the classroom as she protested with tears in her eyes, “But daddy, I don’t want to leave.”

First graders in Ms. Lunsford’s class, including Sloan, say goodbye to each other after the last day of school on June 14, 2024. (photo courtesy of Paola Devila de Muela.

The vibe at St. Mary Catholic School was a little different this year and it extended far beyond just a tight-knit first grade class. With a new focus on the making of saints, St. Mary students were immediately challenged by a heavenly goal. From there, other more earthly goals like academic excellence and social growth fell right in line.

It was a blessing to walk these two across the parking lot and to their classrooms each day at St. Mary Catholic School in the Spokane Valley.

Both in my 2022-23 school year wrap up post and the entry I wrote on the first day of this school year, I outlined the potential that existed for the next 180 days. With new principal Mr. Stephen Hart reinvigorating St. Mary’s Catholic mission and two familiar teachers leading the classrooms of my children, I had high hopes—and I wasn’t disappointed.

St. Mary Principal Mr. Stephen Hart opens the doors for the first time during the 2023-24 school year. He ended up doing incredible things!

Sloan had an excellent year as a first grader in Ms. Emily Lunsford’s class. Although she made strides academically in Kindergarten, she struggled at times with jealousy and acting out. That all disappeared this year. Taking Mr. Hart’s charge seriously, my daughter made an honest attempt to be St. Sloan. Instead of going to the principal’s office for behavior, she was going to the principal’s office to pray. What more can I say? (Ha! I rhymed).

From her first day to her final day, Sloan had a fantastic school year.

Highlights of Sloan’s school year included being named Future Saint of the Week, proclaiming a reading at the first grade mass, being featured in the school promotional video, and performing in the talent show. Her reading efficiency and math prowess grew at the same immense rate as her pure and beautiful faith in God.

Ms. Emily Lunsford is a talented and devoted teacher who helped Sloan so much.

Beau also had a solid year. His St. Mary rookie debut in Mrs. Leanne Shaurette’s Pre-K3 classroom was loaded with cuteness and growth. We loved Mrs. Shaurette when she taught Sloan three years ago and the feeling was re-enforced this year. The tears in her eyes when we said goodbye immediately triggered my own.

Beau had a lot of fun this year and made many friends.

Highlights of Beau’s first year included making many new friends, being class leader, learning basic skills, and building a strong relationship with his fifth grade buddy, Savannah.

Mrs. Leanne Shaurette is very special to our family.

Perhaps the differentiator that makes St. Mary Catholic School so special is that students aren’t the only ones creating highlights. Parents are invited (and expected) to be involved. What a fruitful year it was for Sidney and me! From worshipping at school masses to serving as the guest reader in Sloan’s classroom to attending the school auction to helping out in class, it has been a lot of fun.

It was a year of fun events, opportunities to serve, and chances to grow closer to God.

But the best part of this past school year was the sense of community. As cliché as it sounds, St. Mary Catholic School is a family and the level of support that is championed equally by the staff, students, and families is downright special. How else do you explain teachers using their lunch period to attend Adoration so they can pray for the students? Many of our close friends are parents of Sloan’s classmates and it was nice to meet new parents from Beau’s class, too. It also helps to have a solid friendship and admiration for the school principal along with the man who oversees the entire St. Mary education program, Fr. Jeff Lewis.

Fr. Jeff receives the gifts from Sloan during a St. Mary School mass this year. Community members are always welcome at the school masses and they always foster so much joy.

Speaking of Fr. Jeff, his homily during today’s final school mass drove home an important challenge. He told the students that the arrival of summer vacation doesn’t mean a vacation from practicing our faith. Rather, it is an invitation to remain fired up with the Holy Spirit until school begins again.

Because, let’s face it, the making of saints is a year-round process. Don’t Blink.

Pita Koala Thursday Rundown

It is Last Day of School Eve at our house and as you can imagine excitement is high. So as I ride a wave of adrenaline (or is it a wave of anxiety?), let me present tonight’s five topics…

Happy Father’s Day – I thought the most appropriate way to begin tonight’s rundown was by recognizing a special man. My dad is supportive, kind, helpful, and empathetic. He also happens to be the best grandpa. It is not lost on me that I grew up with the perfect male role model in my own house and I am so thankful. I also want to give a shout out to my brother, Glen, who is celebrating his first Father’s Day after becoming a dad last month. Welcome to the club, bro!

Happy Father’s Day to my brother and dad!

Tanghulu – Earlier this week, we tried another TikTok trend when we made Tanghulu. For those who don’t know, Tanghulu is a Chinese candied fruit treat. You choose your favorite fruit and coat it in a hot sugary film and then submerge it in an ice bath. The film hardens and when you bite into the fruit you should be able to enjoy a satisfying, crunchy, sweet experience. Only it didn’t work for us. We burned the film and it ruined everything. Add this to our TikTok Fail Hall of Shame.

Tanghulu was a failure.

Honeymoon Reminiscing – On this date eight years ago, Sid and I departed to Cancun for our honeymoon. That trip provided us with a lifetime of memories and sometimes, if I put my mind to it, I can close my eyes and transport back to our resort. To this day, Sidney and I still reminisce about the special time we had and one of these days (our 10th anniversary is coming up in a couple years 😂) we would like to go back. This is the blog post I wrote about our honeymoon.

Our honeymoon was fantastic.

Here Come the Balloons – Last Friday, I brought Sloan and Beau to the YMCA Healthy Kids Day event at the Spokane Valley facility. It was an evening filled with free activities, food, and games. Also on-hand were numerous vendors and friends of the community. One particular vendor was Glenn, a local balloon artist. He donated his time and talent to make balloon creations for the children in attendance. When the event ended at 7:30 p.m., Beau and Sloan were at the very end of a 15-kid-deep line. As all the other vendors packed up and left the facility by 7:45 p.m., Glenn stayed in his spot and made balloons for every single kid still waiting, including Sloan and Beau. By the time he finished at well past 8 p.m., the gym was completely empty and the organizer was basically pushing him out the door. If you are throwing a birthday party in the Spokane area, consider hiring this extremely kind man. His business is called ABS Balloons.

Much gratitude to Glenn from ABS Balloons for staying way after the Spokane YMCA Healthy Kids Day event to make balloons for my kids.

Off the Mark – I thought this one was too cute. Although I do enjoy the refreshing taste of a pina colada, I am in no rush to sample koala, even if it does come in a fresh pita.

Does your sense of humor mesh with my sense of humor?


That will do it for my latest rundown. Let’s pray for all students finishing up the school year. May they retain the knowledge learned, value the friendships made, and prepare for a safe/fruitful summer. Don’t Blink.