At Dallas Courier, we want to inFLUence you this season. We want to inFLUence your ability to stay happy, healthy, and flu-free. The flu-free part is what are focusing on today. If you haven't heard, flu season is in high gear. People are dropping like flies. All I ever hear these days is how sick so-and-so is and how he or she can't get out of bed. It scares me. I got pretty darn sick mid-December, and I feared it was the flu. Turns out it was the common cold that just so happened to lay me out like a stuck pig roasting over a fire. If you don't get my metaphor, let me spell it out: I was sick - really, really sick.
His name is Baumgartner, Felix Baumgartner. And yes, he is equal to if not better than James Bond himself. If you don't yet agree with this rather outlandish statement, you just might after you are finished with this post. It is, after all, all about Mr. Baumgartner and his now infamous jump.
Autumn weather is here, and I have an absolutely, positively great way to celebrate the nice weather: awareness.
Awareness of what, you ask? Great question! Every October, as baseball moves into the fall playoffs, Halloween costumes go up for sale, and the weather cools markedly down, something else is also on the move - something life changing, something life saving. It's breast cancer awareness.
Why do you fry me up (Fry me up)
Buttercup baby just to
let me down (Let me down)
And mess me around
And then worst of all (Worst of all)
You never call baby
When you say you will (Say you will)
But I love you still
I need you (I need you)
More than anyone darlin'
You know that I have from the start