Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Larry The Cable Guy Comes To Colorado Springs

Larry the Cable Guy came to Colorado Springs for his series on the History Channel called "Only In America With Larry the Cable Guy"

The show will be airing tomorrow at 7pm MST. Larry went to 2 places. The first one is "Dragon's Man Museum".  This museum is a military museum, the owner is a 'Nam Vet and he has some interesting pieces from World War 2.

The second place they went to was the "Serenity Springs Wildlife Center". This is a refugee for leopards, tigers,lions,cougars and other large cat breeds. Here is a link if you want to know more about them 

take care everyone and just a reminder, I still cannot go to other blog sites. Am hoping that it will clear up and I can visit all of you :)

Friday, January 20, 2012

Movie "Red Tails"

picture courtesy of Jerilee Bennet/The Gazette/Colorado Springs Colorado

The new movie "Red Tails" made its debut last night. The movie is about the Tuskegee Airmen and we are looking forward to seeing and owning it.

Colorado Springs is proud that six Tuskegee Airmen make this city their home.  They were at the movie debut here in the Springs to sign autographs and talk with people.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Snowy Day In Colorado Springs

Its a snowy day today, we haven't gotten that much on the east side but I bet on the west they did. Its just  a light feather dusting but very cold.

Its a nice day to be in, all cozy and warm. The boys aren't happy but as soon as the sun comes out, they will be outside running and playing.

My blog seems to be working except I cannot get to some of the other blogs. So, if you haven't seen a comment from me thats why. But, I will keep trying :)

Monday, January 16, 2012

Today Is Martin Luther King Jr Day

Martin Luther King Jr., was a great man. Today is his day, for us to remember him.

"I have a Dream", those words still choke me up. Mr. King had a dream and we are seeing it and living it today. It wasn't that way when he was alive, he strove to give his people what they are enjoying today. And he did it thru peaceful actions.

There is a play on Broadway about his life. It shows him as a regular person. He chained smoked, he had a drink once in awhile and he cussed once in awhile. He was a person with a dream, with a vision for his race.

It is a shame that he did not live to see what was accomplished by his dream. Do we, as human beings, still have a long way to go? Yes, but we are closer because of one man's dream.