There is a video circulating through social media of an amusement park that we used to go to as a kid. The video is from 1985 and all of the rides, the swimming pool, and the basketball courts have me thinking about how much fun we had there as kids.
It's so crazy how a giraffe can get us glued to our screens. Both times April the Giraffe was pregnant, we couldn't get enough. Well, that fun has stopped because there's some new news about April's future.
If you're the parent of a young child, you've undoubtedly heard the 'Baby Shark' song. What started off as something cute and catchy and made your kid happy for a few minutes has morphed into a Megaladon-sized phenomenon that is now becoming *cue the Jaws music* a Netflix television show with plans in the works to also become a North American musical.
The New York Times has grabbed data from YouTube and compiled a list of the most popular songs for each area of Upstate New York. As I'm sure you can predict, it isn't all country music. In fact, most of our area seems to be loving them some hip hop and rhythmic tracks, however, country did pop up - but which artists and songs?
Brian, Chrissy & I like to end every show with a good news story. It's one way to not only end the show on a happy note but to hopefully start your day with a smile. I look for and wide for local good news or just anything that puts a smile on my face to share, this morning I found this little boy.
I'm probably the internet's biggest fan. Granted, I don't understand it most of the time and I get that trying to figure out why things are trending is impossible but, this video guys, what are we doing?
I'm obviously super nosy and lately I've been noticing that when I pry into what my husband is so involved in on his handy little cell phone, he keeps referencing one particular YouTube series.... and while at first I was slightly concerned, now I'm kind of sure I'm also interested in watching...