It is Friday and Fridays are for fun. If you walk in St. Paul you have probably noticed poetry on the sidewalk in random locations. I just discovered this one Hamline Avenue North of University.
Just for fun take a walk this weekend and choose a sidewalk that you have not walked on before and watch for poetry. To learn more about the poetry program use google and search “St. Paul sidewalk poetry”. I would provide a link but the city moves pages around often so leaving my site with broken links.
It is Friday and Friday’s are for fun. There are some who consider the end of August the end of summer. There are three weeks of Summer left and possibly even a couple of weeks of non-flannel shirt and no sock weather.
Please go out and play, enjoy the Labor Day weekend. This is what comes next:
It is Friday and Fridays are for fun. I bought a new bike last week. If you are a regular reader you know that I love to bike. I even bike to appointments and to my office. Anyway, my bike is blue and it has disc brakes. 🙂
When I picked up the bike this tag with warnings all over it was attached to the handlebars but I rode the bike home from the bike shop anyway.
I got to thinking about all of the warnings that should come with a house. I don’t want to scare anyone but houses can burn to the ground or flood. A homeowner can fall down his or her own stairs and break a leg or a neck.
Accidents that happen at home are one of the biggest reasons for emergency room visits. People are injured in the kitchen with cuts and burns and in the bathroom with falls and burns. The list goes on and on. Yet when you buy a house there isn’t a list of warnings posted in prominent locations throughout the home.
There should be little red triangles with “!” inside of them all over in the kitchen and bathroom. Do people even consider the hidden dangers of the toilet? or the possible perils of a closet? Or the hazards in the atrium?
It is Friday and Fridays are for fun. For me, biking is a fun thing to do. I live near downtown and am just one bridge away from Lilydale Regional Park and that is where I found these amazing birds. It was almost creepy the way they watched me fly by and my old bike.
Usually when I see the birds my camera is at home or I have the wrong lens on it. The birds are near pickerel lake and can be seen from the trail. On the weekends there are a lot of loud bikers and they scare the wildlife away.
The best time to appreciate the woods and the wildlife is early in the morning.