What’s disheveled, exhausted, and completely broke? Me! After tax-free weekend! There are many great things about living in Texas, home to the Dallas Hot Shot Deliveries team. Sunsets. The open road. Barbeque. The Mavericks. And, of course, tax-free weekend.
One of the best parts about spring according to the Dallas Four Hour Couriers is the classical music of the symphony, played seasonally by The Dallas Symphony Orchestra. The Dallas Symphony has some exciting things going on this year, but perhaps the most exciting thing isn’t a “thing” but a “who”. Jan Lisiecki is currently a performing guest with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and some of our Dallas Four Hour Couriers can attest to what a treat it was to hear this young man play. Emphasis on the word “young”. Lisiecki is only 19 years old, and just freshly 19, at that.
Call it immature. Call it unprofessional. Or maybe call it smart. There are a lot of little birdies who have returned to their mother and
father’s nest. They had good intentions. They went off to a university where they earned their four-year degree (some of them took a little longer than four years, but they were awarded their degree eventually). They got a great job, perhaps working for our Hot Shot Deliveries Dallas team. They make a solid income that any single adult could easily live off of. But they’re still shacked up with mom and dad.
There aren't many times in history where a library can put a whole city on pause... unless that library is a Presidential library. When a Presidential libarary opens, it is a big deal - a really big deal. Presidential libraries are there to honor a President's legacy. Their main function is to preserve and make available the papers, records, collections and other historical materials from Presidents. The first Presidential library was built for Herbert Hoover. Every president since then has had a library built for him.
Remember kid, there's heroes and there's legends. Heroes get remembered but legends never die, follow your heart kid, and you'll never go wrong.
Man, I love that quote from the Sandlot. Do you know it? It's when Benny has a dream of Babe Ruth coming into his bedroom and telling him about how to be a legend. Benny then realizes he wants to be legendary in defeating the beast and getting the baseball with Babe Ruth's John Hancock on it out of the beast's yard. If it's been a while since you saw this movie, go rent it. Or better yet, go buy it. It's a classic.
P is for puck... as in hockey puck. P is also for plan... as in planning ahead and protecting yourself.
Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat, please put a penny in the old man's hat... if you haven't got a penny, a ha'penny will do... if you haven't got a ha'penny, then God bless you!
Man's best friend.
Fried pickles, seven layer dip, cold beer, coca cola, french fries, chicken wings, sliders, hotdogs, nachos, pulled pork sandwiches, chips and queso, barbecue, tater tots, stuffed jalapenos - what do all those tasty food items remind you of? Cardiax arrest? Hello, cynical! No, no. It isn't a heart attack of which I speak. It's the super bow!! (Oh, and maybe a heart attack if you eat leftovers all week...).