It wasn't so much the rain and the dramatically cooler temperatures that made the second day of the WIAA State Track Meet in La Crosse on June 6 a near fiasco.
But they didn't help.
No, I don't mean smoking.
Due to my retirement, I'm trying to discontinue a subscription to The Wall Street Journal.
The last time I had a similar problem was when I wanted to leave the clutches of America Online.
What started out as a Lenten program has grown and we hope it will be a lifelong commitment to helping others.
St. Mary's school students have donated hundreds of lunches for the Franciscan Peacemakers Sandwich drop program over the past few months. The kids were strongly encouraged to make this a family event and not just ask their parents to handle the details.
A Menomonee Falls woman was charged Thursday in Waukesha County Circuit Court with third offense drunken driving after she was arrested with her 13-year-old son in the car, according to court records.
Holly J. Warlow, 40, is being held in the Waukesha County Jail on $12,000 bail.
Let's Eat! Indulge your child's appetite for language and culture with this theme based Spanish class. With the help of our fun-loving puppets Dani and Beto, your child will sing, dance, create, play, and act their way towards fluency with food-related Spanish vocabulary. Buen Provecho!
Monday - Thursday, 9:00 to 11:00 AM, July 20 - 23, Community Center, Residents $99, Non-residents $119
When There Is No Wind -- Row! Ancient Chinese sailing proverb
Times are tough for everybody right now and I am no exception. I have eternal optimism for the commercial real estate market but seeing college tuition on the horizon for our two children, I have officially announced the launching of Ted Klumb Owner’s Representative, LLC. www.tedklumb.com
From Banff, Alberta, CA
Here I am on a few days of escape from the daily routine.
There is only one story on the news here. It is on every channel that is not boadcasting old movies or the like. (There are plenty of channels, both English and French to choose from.)
A walk through Dogtown at the Wisconsin Humane Society will make many hearts swoon! We currently have several puppies looking to become new furry family members. Meet Tommy, above, an 11-week-old Australian Shepherd mix, or Rufus, below, a 16-week-old Siberian Husky/Lab mix who is full of playful energy! Check out all the available dogs, including fantastic adults who already know the ropes at http://www.wihumane.org/animals/dogs.aspx. All dogs are microchipped, spayed or neutered, vaccinated and go home with 30 days of pet health insurance and a certificate for a free veterinary exam.
Before I get into the busy week planned, let me remind all that "IT" is coming. As a matter of fact "IT" will be in the Optimist Independence Day Parade on July 3rd in the Falls. What is "IT". Come to the parade to find out.
It will be a busy week for the remote crew. On Thursday night July 2nd we will be at Village Park to tape the Caribbean Eclipse Steel Band at 6:30. On Friday July 3rd we will be taping the Boys Varsity Baseball vs. Germantown game at Trenary Field at 1:00 pm. Plenty of room, so come join us at the game. Later that day we will of course cover the parade on Appleton ave and if all goes well the Fireworks "Live" on Channel 14. Look for all 3 new programs on Channel 14 on the 4th and on our streaming video website Peg Central http://fallscable-wi.pegcentral.com/ .
It doesn't take a genius to see the pattern that is already set with car keys, house keys, and being locked out. In case you missed it, there are FIVE different links there with FIVE different key/locked out stories.
Anyhow. I keep my car keys in my car, my husband takes his keys into the house. Whenever we take my car somewhere, we always end up with two sets of keys. Mine. And his. Since he's the driver I put mine in the glove box so that no one sees the keys inside my car and thinks: Oh, keys! I'll just break a window and then steal this almost paid off Honda Hybrid. Of course, when we go to somewhere that does not constitute locking the car, I just leave them sitting out.