This morning I ran across the following paid advertisement on Facebook:
Coming home from our Memorial Day weekend, we made sure we booked extra time to get through the airport. After all, we were travelling through a relatively small but oftentimes busy airport, and would be passing through at what I assumed was the height of the “get home” airport pandemonium.
We got to the airport, boarding passes in hand (always print at home!), and paraded into a completely empty airport!
This year’s finale was certainly no disappointment! They pulled out some incredible acts.
Sorry for the delay, but I was actually flying over these fair United States last night, and had to watch the Finale later due to my little brother graduating from High School. (Good job Ty!)
(See some things still take precendence over Ameircan Idol in my life…)
Well, tonight’s Idol finale was… well… anti-climactic for me. Ever since the Top 36, we’ve all just wondered who was going to be in this episode with Adam Lambert…
The judges certainly made no bones about who they were supporting all year. Paula basically did everything but tattoo his name to her forehead. Kara painted her fingernails black – I wonder who she’s voting for…
Enough about them, though. Let’s get to the Idols…
This weekend, I finally got around to watching the movie Wall-E, which I absolutely loved. Pixar has some of the most amazing storytellers in “the business” today! Who else could take a lone animated robot and make the first hour of that movie so delightful!
Before I saw Wall-E, a few articles and videos crossed my desk:
Many of you wonder what the purpose of the series “Nature” is on PBS?
Is it to extol the many wonders and beauties of the natural world?
Is it to chronicle the lives of peculiar creatures?
Is it to provide insights into the world around us?
It is so I can fall asleep to it on Sunday evenings.
Thank you, PBS!
I was shocked to find the following statistic on my website analytics:
First things first…
I CALLED IT!
Three weeks in a row.