Can we take a minute to talk about the Kentucky Wisconsin Final Four basketball game for a minute? I wasn’t sure how to feel about the game before it happened. Everyone I talked to before the game would put there money on Kentucky. Fear not! I was confident in the Badgers.
During the game, there were times that I was very nervous. We were losing at the very beginning of the game, but we clawed our way back into the game. We were tied at the half.
We had a dry spell in the middle of the second half. I was getting worried, but I could count one thing. The Badgers won’t give up. They will give it their all until the end.
Finals are tonight. I’m nervous, but I’m sure it’ll be a good game.
I had an awesome opportunity over spring break to go to the Wisconsin Governor’s Conference on Tourism (WIGCOT). It was a great experience and very valuable for my trip to Nationals for DECA.
While there, we got a tour of the darker side of La Crosse, the host of the conference, got to see the ad below.
Another highlight was meeting Wisconsin’s Secretary of Tourism, Stephanie Klett. She was an amazing person. I can’t really describe what she had but she was really awesome to be around.
So I was rollerblading around my neighborhood when I saw something that caught my eye. Let me give you a little context for the sign. I live in the lovely state of Wisconsin…well most of the time it’s lovely. We’re in the middle of a recall election for governor as well as some state congress people. To be honest with you, I really don’t know why we’re even having the recall. Governor Walker did what he said he would do.
Anyhoo, I didn’t want this to turn into anything political, so here’s the sign.
The sign reads, "Recall Santa Clause". Under it reads, "I didn't get what I wanted"
The first time I saw this sign, I almost fell off of my moped. I instantly fell in love with it.
In other news, I have finished a very rough first draft of my script for Script Frenzy. Maybe I’ll post a snippet of it here, but we’ll see.
I don’t think that I have anything else to say, so I’ll leave you with these words for thought from Alfred Lord Tennyson:
I am a part of all that I have met.
Chew on that one for awhile.