Yes, the sunis actually out and mot a cloud to be seen. HOORAY!
And yes, the Breakers lost 1-0 to FC Sky Blue yesterday on the strength of a Heather O’Reilly corner kick that bent into the Breakers’ net in the 6th minute. Sounds like there were other good chances for both teams, but that early score held through the end of the match.
I’m heading up to the BHS track shortly to continue Friday’s good start on a summer workout routine. Might go kayaking later, time allowing. It’s hard to know what to do under the bright light of this summer sun – so many options!
The news on the Sarah Palin front continues to be mixed. Here’s a list of the ethics complaints that have been filed against her … and I’m following Mudflats more closely these days – for the latest from the State that you can see Russia from! It’s just a great, progressive blog – even when SP ain’t the focus. For example – this quote posted yesterday in celebration of the 4th – from William O. Douglas:
“As nightfall does not come all at once, neither does oppression. In both instances, there is a twilight when everything remains seemingly unchanged. And it is in such a twilight that we all must be aware of change in the air—however slight—lest we become unwilling victims of the darkness.”
And as for the whole Sarah thang … maybe another shoe will drop in the coming week. I am thinking that, as the dust settles, it’ll become clearer and clearer that Todd is the one actually pulling the strings (like in any good “Christian” household). Sarah may be the point guard (what a bizarre analogy THAT was), but he’s the coach.
In the meantime, between Sarah and Michael Jackson … and now, sadly, Steve McNair … Mark Sanford continues to luck out.
Happy birthday, MLH!!