Saw this clip on Lost Remote. Brilliant.
Watch it all the way through.
I interviewed Rick Smith from the Norman office of the National Weather Service this morning. It’s a preview of the snow that’s coming tomorrow. And apparently we are close to setting an all-time record for snowfall during a winter season in the Oklahoma City area.
I ran into Sean Cummings last night at the Buy For Less on NW Expressway in NW OKC. Up to his elbow in flour, Cummings was in the bakery cheffing up bread in preparation of today’s St. Patrick’s Day festivities at Vito’s and Sean Cummings Irish Pub on North May and Grand.
Cummings said he was set to appear on this morning’s OKC Fox morning show around 5 am, then would work until 2 am at the Pub, then wind up buying his crew breakfast as they cleaned up until 5 am.
Long day for Cummings, but that’s good news for the rest of us. Last year, Cummings threw quite the party in the parking lot at the previous location further north on May. We’ll see if the weather cooperates today for an outside celebration.
McNellie’s told me a few weeks ago they planned a big truck with Guinness taps to accommodate today’s beer drinkers and that they planned to block off an area of the street in MidTown at NW 10th and Walker.
Did you know Guinness has a seasonal, lighter beer call 250? Much lighter in taste, not bad at all.
Sharla Schooley died last week. Sister of my friend Jason Contreras, Schooley had cancer. Twice. She beat it the first time.
She also had a husband. Two children. A family. And too many friends and others affected by her tremendous life to count.
It looked like more than a thousand attended a very moving service held Saturday at Crossings Church in NW OKC.
On Sunday, Jason went through with his plan to run the inaugural Rock ‘n’ Roll Dallas Half Marathon, benefiting Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Over 9,000 runners crossed the finish line.
Among them, Jason, me and our friends Stacey and Jana.
Sharla had fought cancer too much of her life. But the end still came suddenly. You never know when your last day will be.