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Tag Archives: australian open
never play this game after midnight
If you only had two words to describe me, what would they be? I asked Pretty night before last when we were in bed and both still awake after midnight. The Australian Open began this week – the first Grand … Continue reading
starting 2020 with a spectacle or two
The Kansas City Chiefs scored three touchdowns in the last five minutes of the game to surprise the San Francisco 49ers and win the Super Bowl last night. Congratulations to the team, Coach Andy Reid, and all those Chiefs fans … Continue reading
Posted in Humor, Lesbian Literary, Life, Personal, photography, politics, racism, Reflections, Slice of Life, sports, The Way Life Is Tagged andy reid, arrowhead stadium, ash barty, australian open, coach dawn staley, dominic thiem, fhakira, Gamecock women's basketball, garbine muguruza, golden age of tennis, jennifer lopez, kansas city chiefs, novak djokovic, san francisco 49ers, sofia kenin, super bowl LIV 4 Comments
GRAND SLAM GREATS!
It’s a wrap. The first tennis Grand Slam of the 2017 season is officially in the books, and the hits just keep on rolling. The Williams Sisters share a private chat… while waiting to collect the spoils that belong only … Continue reading
Throwback Thursday? No Way! Throwback Australian Open!
If I could turn back ti-yahhhhhmmmme, as Cher famously sang, or if I could put time in a bottle, as Jim Croce once crooned, I’d have quite a few wishes involving the positioning of certain body parts and the lubrication … Continue reading
Posted in Life, Personal, Reflections, Slice of Life, sports Tagged australian open, rafael nadal, roger federer, serena williams, venus williams 5 Comments
Pardon Me While I Skip Politics this Week – and Focus on the Australian Open
Thank goodness for T-E-N-N-I-S on TV – more specifically thank whatever stars there are for the first Major of the year…the Australian Open. I’m so happy for this distraction from weightier matters, including my own questionable New Year’s Resolutions that are … Continue reading
Okay – So Here’s The Deal
OMG, the US Open ended Sunday after two weeks of intensive and extensive TV coverage that demanded my attention from sun- up to sundown every day. Beyond the obvious “live” matches that were fantastic, I had to get the late-night commentary … Continue reading
Posted in Humor, Personal, politics Tagged australian open, depression, donald trump, Donny Deutsch, Hillary Clinton, Mika Brezezinski, Morning Joe Scarborough, US Open 8 Comments
Blame it on the Bossa Nova
My apologies to Barry Man and Cynthia Weil who wrote the Bossa Nova song and Eydie Gorme who made it popular. In the middle of the night my dog Chelsea woke me to let her out. Unfortunately, my ambien was … Continue reading