It’s Easy To Be Extraordinary In A Society That Encourages Mediocrity

Participation medals, high schools not having Valedictorians because it make others “feel bad” about themselves, the ACT test adding extra criteria in the scoring process so more “diverse” people will be accepted into college. Are they fucking serious?!?? My son worked so hard in high school in Advanced Placement Courses that he was a sophomore … Continue reading It’s Easy To Be Extraordinary In A Society That Encourages Mediocrity

Bonnet Carre Spillway Opened To Relieve Pressure On The Mighty Mississippi River

Heavy rains in southeast Louisiana forced the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to open 60 bays of the Bonnet Carre Spillway on Friday, four days earlier than it had planned — Read on http://www.theadvocate.com/content/tncms/live/ If you don’t live near the Mighty Mississippi River as I do, in a small rural city right outside of Baton … Continue reading Bonnet Carre Spillway Opened To Relieve Pressure On The Mighty Mississippi River

Happy Birthday Mini-Me

Twenty eight years ago today at 6:48pm, I gave birth to the most beautiful baby girl in the whole world. I watched her grow from a wide eyed, expressive little girl into a compassionate, genuine, loving young woman with amazing work ethic as she graduated from Louisiana State University with a degree in Environmental Engineering. … Continue reading Happy Birthday Mini-Me