As a life long Packers fan who has green and gold blood, I am proud to be part of a group so loyal to their football team. So it was no surprise when I came across this video of the dog getting into the game. Watch the dogs reaction when the channel changes and the commercial comes on!!
When I found this article I thought it was a story about barrow and its Winter darkness. I was pleasantly surprise to see a well written story about my Eskimo Neighbors. Even though lot of white people their now. (Taa'niq, pronounced TONIC) That's Inuuiat for white man.
These colorized photos are just fascinating. I will try to post any I find. In fact. I have created a new tab on top of the sites where all of these great photos willl be available in one place. I hope you enjoy these as much as I enjoy posting them for you.
As far as I know, our home girl from Fairbanks is still in that list. HMM.. truth is I signed up too!! I hope to have a continuous link on this site to track the progress of these people and this mission.
Pretty soon all the banned toys will be band toys and all the kids will smoke weed and play instruments. What this world needs is a new song in it's heart anyway. Smoke one, smoke one with the neighbor. (Just don't smoke with the cop who lives down the road)
We really can make a difference. Small things do matter. This is a geat piece published in "Chicken Soup For the Soul". I really liked it, hope you do to.
one at a time
A friend of ours was walking down a deserted Mexican beach at sunset. As he walked along, he began to see another man in the distance. As he grew nearer, he noticed that the local native kept leaning down, picking something up and throwing it out into the water. Time and again he kept hurling things out into the ocean. As our friend approached even closer, he noticed that the man was picking up starfish that had been washed up on the beach and, one at a time, he was throwing them back into the water. Our friend was puzzled. He approached the man and said, "Good evening, friend. I was wondering what you are doing." "I'm throwing these starfish back into the ocean. You see, it's low tide right now and all of these starfish have been washed up onto the shore. If I don't throw them back into the sea, they'll die up here from lack of oxygen." "I understand," my friend replied, "but there must be thousands of starfish on this beach. You can't possibly get to all of them. There are simply too many. And don't you realize this is probably happening on hundreds of beaches all up and down this coast. Can't you see that you can't possibly make a difference?" The local native smiled, bent down and picked up yet another starfish, and as he threw it back into the sea, he replied, "Made a difference to that one!" Jack Canfield and Mark V. Hansen