The winter is depressing, lets be serious about that. For months and months and months, it's just cold and gloomy and blah. I need sunshine to smile and feel good. Anyone does, really. So, I'm so very glad that it's been better and better as the days go on.
There are plenty of things to look forward to but my favorite of all is softball season.
I was reading a study done by AAA in which their results show that Millennials are the most distracted drivers. It said that the younger drivers tend to be on their cell phones most and are more likely to admit to speeding on residential roads.
The winds were monsoon-like, any moisture froze and we weren't expecting it, that's for sure. In a forecast that called for possible snow, waking up to nothing more than a windblown Capital Region was a nice sight, or so it seemed.
Halloween is oddly enough one of the most difficult holidays for me for some reason. I can get creative in every other aspect of anything. But coming up with a costume idea and pulling it off ain't easy!
Okay, I know what some of you may be thinking: "I should be a creepy clown for Halloween!" I'll state this now, that's not a good idea. In fact, police in a lot of counties across the state are asking that you don't do that. Lets just avoid the problems, k? But, I do encourage you to stay locally focused in your efforts for a creatively bomb-tastic costume!
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