Here’s a guaranteed bad start to your morning. You pull up to a Dunkin' Donuts and order coffee at the drive-thru even though you’re a couple of minutes behind schedule. When you drive around to the window you see there’s a car in front of you and unfortunately they have ordered things that take a bit longer to make like a frozen Dunkaccino and breakfast sandwich. Now you’re going to be late.
I have always thought of the Shore Conference Tournament as the highlight of the basketball season even though I was opposed to the change made several years ago to expand the field from 16 teams to all of those with a .500 or better record. I’ll admit to being “old school” and feeling the tournament should be a reward for having a good season and a .500 record is not something most teams celebrate.
I don’t need any extra motivation to pay a visit to The Office Restaurant & Lounge as I was there twice over the weekend but my guess is I will be stopping in at some point tomorrow as well to wish Phil Citta a happy 72nd birthday.
I was shopping for Valentine’s Day cards this week and next to me was a woman doing the same. After a few minutes her husband approached and she told him she was having a difficult time finding a card for a family member. He had that “I don’t care” look on his face and exasperated he finally said ”when is Valentine’s Day anyway.” My first thought was this guy is in trouble.
The most unpredictable and unconventional presidential race in my lifetime saw Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders come up with big wins in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday and left New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to seriously ponder his next move.
I’m constantly in search of miracles in everyday life (and the teams I root for) and the first month of the New Year has not produced one yet. I also like to read and consume articles and lists about things you can do so you don’t have to wait for a miracle but rather can on your own derive better outcomes.
Random thoughts a day after the 6,000 residents of a small town 90 miles from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania were sent into a tizzy because a truly ugly rodent did not see his shadow which according to folklore and hyped tradition means an early spring.
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