Well, the Skanks pulled one out last night against Cleveland, but hopefully Cleveland can put the Skanks out of the playoffs for good tonight.
Nothing much happened today. Another Holocaust Day (aka Columbus Day) has come and gone and the majority of the country is still oblivious to the atrocities carried out by Columbus and those he led.
I'm renewing a part of this blog that I let go into hibernation for a long while. At the bottom of each post I will note what/whose feast day it is according to the Catholic calendar. I will also link to a site that will tell you a little about the person or event the feast commemorates.
This is a really busy week. I'm finalizing the details for a week-long recruiting trip to western New York next week. The Dalai Lama is in town this week, and I get to see him speak on Wednesday morning. I knew October was going to be jam packed, but I'm starting to feel the pinch.
And, without further ado, Music Monday:
1. Say the Words. DC Talk
2. Nothing Else Matters. Metallica
3. Lazy River. The Mills Brothers
4. The Invitation. Steven Curtis Chapman
5. Free Fallin'. Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
6. So Pray. Stacie Orrico
7. Boy Like Me, Man Like You. Rich Mullins
8. Flower in the Rain. Jaci Velasquez
9. We Were in Love. Toby Keith
10. Knee Deep. George Clinton
The rules, for bloggers who want to play:
Get your iPod or media-player of choice set the thing to shuffle, then post the first ten songs that come out. No cheating, no matter how stupid it makes you feel!
Thanks Be to God and Boomer Sooner!
Feast of St. John Leonardi (1541?-1609)
Labels: Music Monday