Monday, June 22, 2015 – The Dreaded Three Putt, Summer Solstice and Stonehenge


Monday, June 22, 2015 – The Dreaded Three Putt, Summer Solstice and Stonehenge

Jordon! Jordon! Jordon! Making the State and The University proud!

And to DJ – one to win; two to tie and three to go home and forget it. Wow, what a finish to the U.S. Open Golf Championship. Down to the last stroke.  Oh well, sometimes life is three putt too.

Remember when we all wanted to play like Tiger? Well, now we do.  Also, if one can BE something or somebody by just saying they are, then in an effort to improve my golf game, I am now Asian. On Wednesdays and Saturdays and any other time I play golf please refer to me as You So Yung!

On a different note – am I the only one creeped out by the Colonel Sanders Kentucky Fried Chicken commercials?  Really, nothing speaks to uniting the country better than a creepy old plantation owner surrounded by an all-white hill-Billy string band threatening to put chicken in the lemonade.

And in the realm of politics – Perhaps, Perry’s malapropisms are an accident and not an incident. Oops – that is one! And to Senator Cruz – who are your speech writers? Do they live in a bubble or under a rock? Don’t they even watch Fox News? Two ill-timed comments in the month of June alone?

Thank goodness, Jordon Speith makes Texas look good because you two seem to be doing your best to turn the state blue again. Thank you.

Somehow, I missed the longest day of the year, the Summer Solstice yesterday. Therefore to celebrate in a Texas fashion, here is a Texas Stonehenge.  I bet you did not know there are two Stonehenges in Texas, did you?  This one is in Ingram, in The Hill Country.

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And the second one can be found where? Stop Googling, it’s in Odessa.

The spiritual meaning of the Summer Solstice in Texas means College FOOTBALL is closer to kickoff. Happy Summer.

One response to “Monday, June 22, 2015 – The Dreaded Three Putt, Summer Solstice and Stonehenge

  1. Me neither,too. That’s what my kids used to say when they disliked something. So me neither too hates the Colonal Sanders ad. I may never buy chicken from KFC again just because of the ad.

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