Keeping Pace With Wanda

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Monday, September 14, 2015 - 2:55pm

Monday September 14, 2015-I am very grateful for the rain today. What a blessing!

For many living in the Valley this season, the impact of local fires coupled with hot days has certainly taken a toll in many areas, including making it difficult to breathe. The air has been rather awful. So many living in the fire prone and ravaged areas are especially being challenged with evacuations, fire personnel are fighting valiantly, and it is certainly a tremendous struggle.

Keeping Pace With Wanda

Monday, May 26, 2008 - 6:41pm go 180 miles per hour at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway! A Muncie, Indiana great-great-grandmother wore her checkered-flag blouse to the event and excitedly crawled into the Dallara/650 horsepower two-seater with driver Andy Luyendyk, Jr (2006 Indy 500 veteran and son to the two-time winner). The precious grandma was cashing in on a gift certificate her children had presented to her for an "Indy Racing Experience". Apparently she has been attending the Indy 500 races since 1965 and loves the excitement, speed, and especially the noise.

Friday, May 23, 2008 - 12:18pm

To all our employees that have or are actively serving in the armed forces, I salute you! We are approaching Memorial Weekend 2008 and I wanted to take time out and reflect upon it and share a little trivia about this recognition.

Monday, May 19, 2008 - 9:44am

...the more you eat the more you...lose?!? Well, that's a twist to the saying, but apparently a gentleman claims that his diet of baked beans helped him lose 140 pounds in nine months. In fact, since June 2007, he's eaten more than half a ton of them which he figures is about 1,500 cans.

Friday, May 16, 2008 - 8:36am

Wow, I thought I needed to be a little mobile to make a living, but apparently not. NASA is allegedly offering $5,000 a month for folks to lie in a bed! They will let you play computer games while you're reclining.

Sunday, May 11, 2008 - 4:49pm

Apparently there is a young man in England who has struggled with hiccups, in essence, every 2 seconds for up to 12 hours a day. He estimates that he has hiccuped 10 million times since the episode(s) began. He has heartburn, no sleep for days, problems breathing and now he's on disability because he can no longer participate as a back-up singer in the rock band he was a part of. One night, he did down a pint of coca-cola right before a performance, and they briefly subsided.