4 April

You Don’t Know Jack: Butler Wins!

BUTLER WINS! How do I know that already? I don’t. I just seriously doubt that anyone on earth will read this blog on April 5th, because let’s face it… nobody cares what Jack and I have to say the day after the National Championship Game when our very own Butler Bulldogs are playing. I was […]

31 March

Indianapolis State of the Arts 2011

I’m pleased to report that the arts are alive and well in Indianapolis. Although CNBC recently listed Indianapolis among “20 Cities You Don’t Want to Live In … Yet“, their “Bads” were rather flimsy (okay, crime is a problem in some areas but the weather? C’mon, they’re called seasons and we like them here) while […]

30 March

There’s No Crying in Baseball… Or Business

Recently on Celebrity Apprentice (c’mon you know you watch it) the women’s team, led by pop culture hard nose, NeNe Leakes from Real Housewives of Atlanta (you know you watch that, too), lost to the men’s team led by rapper, Lil John. During Donald Trump’s explanation of how well the men accomplished their task, NeNe […]

6 March

The Blue Lexus at Costco

My husband and I went to Costco this weekend (I know, glutton for punishment) to pick up a few items. You know: a 100 pack of Coke Zero, a 40 lb block of white cheddar cheese—a “normal” quantity of items. When we walked inside, we noticed a Lexus SUV parked in front of the store […]

25 February

On Retina-burning Martian Green Bedrooms and Other Delights

When the air gets that warm spring sunshiney smell and the daffodil shoots start to peek up out of the ground, it always makes me think of…buying a new house. That’s because last year at this time, that’s what I was doing. Actually, last spring, what with that great tax credit and all, that’s what […]

25 February

What can you do with four minutes?

Guest post from Laura O'Brien, TNT Campaign Coordinator & TNT Alumnus (x2) Think of all the things you can do in four minutes’ time: Drive four miles. Listen to a song. Heat up your lunch. Write an email. Now consider this: Every time another four minutes pass, someone in the U.S. is diagnosed with a […]