Sunday, March 21, 2010


So JJ won again - and at Bristol, of all tracks - a place where he's never been good. He's won three of the last six races? Something like that...which leads one to believe he's going to take his fifth championship barring tsunamis, volcanoes, earthquakes, and other natural disasters. What's the sense in getting ticked off about it?

The point is that we're seeing history. One day we'll look back and say, "golly, I saw the champ in his heyday" and it'll be cool. Whenever someone is at the top of his or her craft/profession, from Nora Roberts to George Strait, we should be proud to be around when their game is on and the players are winning. Even if it gets a bit boring, LOL, to see the same names over and over in front of the fireworks.

Speaking of being in the game, the weather has turned and the garden sings its siren song. Can't wait for the azaleas. Forsythia and daffodils are just out.


CJ Parker said...

The weather has been crazy this winter. Usually buy this time of year we have the air tuned on. Nope. Had the heater on this morning. Today is the first day we've seen sun in a couple of weeks. The soil is water-loged. Still can't get to my orange tree (It's in the middle of lake Parker). By the way, Lake Parker is my backyard.

Nice race.

CJ Parker said...

Got to learn to proof read before I hit enter. That should have been 'by this time of year'.

Tracy D said...

My forsythia is finally blooming! Normally, it's gone by late February.

Proof reading is highly overrated, LOL.