I was just scrolling through my old podcasts and Ted feed the last few days looking for things that are outside of my normal favorite list. One of the items that caught my eye were Ted’s about how to beautify those neighborhoods in big cities that have become forgotten. Art is one way to start change and get the direction to change. http://www.ted.com/talks/theaster_gates_how_to_revive_a_neighborhood_with_imagination_beauty_and_art
Until this past season the Charleroi Cougar boy’s soccer team usually hasn’t made it past the first round of the WPIAL playoffs, at least since the year in question. Name the year! Now for a bonus question let’s see if you can recognize one of the referee.
OK for those of you worried about Crosby, being an only. . .you can stop now. Ms. Crosby has increased all of the following: her mileage, time at day camp, doll house digging, visits to dog parks, road trips, morning belly rubs, evening game playing. Her walks have become hill climbs so taking photos, has been very difficult on the walks. This morning she sniffed with a puppy pit bull, popped in her sisters doll house and checked on the […]
Over this holiday weekend it’s nice to take a moment and look back on some special places, people and events that were trapped in my cloud. It’s weekend’s like this where we must reflect and be grateful for what happened back in 1776. When the founding fathers took that big risk to set up a revolution to create a new world. I am very lucky to live in a place that was founded on freedom. We are a very young […]
This is likely our last quiet weekend in the Magic City all together. We decided to take in some new with a stop at the Perked Up Cafe during our morning walk. #PerkedUpCafeCharleroi Read me first! Read me! We followed that up dinner at the River House since they had Maryland Soft Shell Crab Sandwiches. Upon visiting the River House, Leslie opened up the question about street cars in Charleroi. RiverHouse Cafe Charleroi This led to a movie night of Who Framed […]