On May 5th, you can make a real difference in the lives of people with disabilities or special needs. It’s the Easter Seals “Walk With Me and 5K Run”! It takes place at MetLife Stadium, and hundreds of families are expected to attend.
I know breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and I know eating healthy is so important, but at 4:30 in the morning, when I’m at the coffee shop, I don’t have the time, and frankly the will power, to pass on a beautiful, fresh donut.
I found myself at a business yesterday that had a TV on in the waiting room, and I was going to be there for a little while. Good news, right? Well good news if you’re a fan of General Hospital. I know it’s not written to be horror, but I was pretty scared.
This morning, we had a chance to meet and talk to this year’s Arthritis Foundation Youth Honoree, 4 year old Sadie Ribot, along with her mom, Melissa and this year’s medical honoree, Dr. Dickerson, as well as Director of Community Development, Katy Bazerque. It was great spending time with them and was a real inspiration to want to help the Arthritis Foundation..and you can, by being part of the 2012 Arthritis Foundation Walk.
I am always talking about my beloved flip-flops. They are a sign of summer, they are comfortable, and they make me happy. They’re everything good about the Jersey shore wrapped up in a beautiful, yet simple type of footwear. They are my friends. And now they are gone.
It’s happened to all of us. First thing in the morning we pick up the most important tool in our battle against another workday in the Garden State, the cup of coffee. We anticipate the joy of that first sip. We take it and immediately feel something wet on our chin, and seconds later on our shirt. The lid is leaking…again!!
First, let me say I admit to nothing. Nothing except being very, very hungry. You know, the kind of hungry that might make a weaker person cave in to the temptation of reaching over and grabbing a…let’s say as a random example…a beautiful olive at the olive bar in the local supermarket.
Once again I was able to see first hand how incredibly generous the wonderful people of Monmouth and Ocean counties can be when it comes to helping a great cause, like the Childhood Leukemia Foundation.
Everywhere you go in Monmouth and Ocean counties, somebody is sneezing, hacking, rubbing their eyes or blowing their nose. So many people are getting knocked around by their allergies. I’m no expert and I don’t know if it’s the weather, the lack of rain the wind or what, but a lot of us are having a rough time.
I got off the air yesterday and I was in the mood for an Egg McMuffin. Actually I get off the air every day and I’m in the mood for one, but yesterday I was going to do something about it. I had some things to do right away after the show, but no big deal. In my mind, I knew I had until 11am.
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