By now you heard President Trump declared National Emergency. Are you prepared? Now I don’t know if this is a bad thing or a good thing. I’ve started stock up on supplies needed incase we would have to bunker down … Continue reading Is America prepared?
So on social media I see many people posting about how the normal flu and many other viruses killed more people than the pandemic we are facing now. That’s single minded thinking. I look at it this way. Preventive measures. … Continue reading Single minded thinking
Today they have finally decided to close schools due to the COVID-19 virus. I couldn’t be anymore happy. So my oldest daughter who has Autism goes to a school where the first NJ death from the COVID-19 virus happened in … Continue reading School closings in NJ
Every year my wife volunteers to help out at our kids elementary school, book fair. This year she was asked again to help, but this time she asked me to help as well. I agreed and helped with the book … Continue reading Volunteering at the book fair
We took our son shopping for shoes and to get a haircut for his first day of school. He got upset when we wouldn’t buy him a toy. After we left the store, he sat on the bench mad, so … Continue reading From sad to glad.
This track meet was my daughter’s last race for the season. It was a hard start at the beginning of the season, but after a few adjustments, she ended the season with better and stronger finishes. Recap She ran the … Continue reading Last run this season
It was a nice, sunny Wednesday, my daughter had another track meet, you should of seen her preformance! First off, it was beautiful outside, we hit the 70 degree mark, sunny, with a cool breeze. It was a perfect day … Continue reading Starting off in last place.
Yesterday, was my daughter’s 3rd track meet. Her first 800 meter race and this time she did better. She ran a good race. With the 1600 meter races, she would lose strength in her legs, by the end of the … Continue reading Maximum Effort