Monthly Archives: January 2014
It’s Chinese New Year! Time to celebrate the year of the horse. For some of my friends, every year is the year of the horse. For me, I’ll be celebrating with the #16 combo platter at Super Wok.
I got my car inspected this week. Once again, the Honda aced the test. I have spent nothing more than normal maintenance costs on this vehicle as long as I’ve owned it. Yes, sometimes that maintenance can be costly, but … Continue reading
Well, we’ve reached the midway mark of the countdown. The average snowfall in Philadelphia for this point in the season is 7.9 inches. We’re currently at 34 inches. That doesn’t include whatever fell overnight. Compared to what much of the … Continue reading
Not long ago, a guy I work with showed up a few minutes late. This is not unusual. Yet he often drags himself in with a frustrated look on his face as if the world is conspiring against him every … Continue reading
One of my goals for 2014 is to become more involved with the charities I support. Except for a few annual events, in the last few years I’ve done little more than write a check. In some cases that’s enough. … Continue reading
How many times can our weather geniuses embarrass themselves in one season? That was meant to be a rhetorical question. Apparently there are unlimited ways they can get it wrong. Saturday, in the middle of our latest snow event, I … Continue reading