SO THAT'S WHAT'S WRONG WITH ME...
Notorious morning kindergartner
Have you ever noticed how when a school district is delayed due to bad weather, they usually cancel the morning kindergarten classes? I think this is a huge disadvantage to the morning kindergartners because they wind up getting a lot LESS schooling than their afternoon peers! And guess what? I WAS A MORNING KINDERGARTNER! AND SO WAS AMY!! I'm not saying we're
stoopid stupid or anything, because of the fact that OUR school time was cut down by snow delays when we were young, but get this... Amy's sister was an AFTERNOON kindergartner and she wound up being a radar engineer! I heard Albert Einstein was a pm kindergarten kid, too.Stephen J. Hawking? AFTERNOONER! I think, enough said!
The Spirit of Syracuse is once again sending out their quartets to sweethearts throughout CNY to provide Singing Valentines! For the special price of $40*, you'll get the following:
Two songs (chosen from our list) sung in exciting Barbershop harmony by a wonderful group of 4-10 women from the Spirit of Syracuse Chorus. You pick the location - work, home, school, your favorite restaurant - and we will go to wherever you want us to sing in Syracuse or the surrounding area.
A personalized Valentine's Day Card
A gift of delicious Valentine's candy in a unique package.
Memories to last a lifetime!
AND, if you place your order before February 10 and receive
$5 OFF your order!
Deadline for placing orders is 2:00 PM,
Wednesday February 13, so place your order now by clicking below!
* For delivery in a specific one-hour window, the price is $50.
Singing Valentines can be delivered during the following times:
Thursday February 14
8:00 AM - 9:00 PM
SARAH HOUSE FAT TUESDAY CELEBRATION!
Sarah House Hospitality House is hosting its 4th annual fundraiser called “Home Away from Home,” on Fat Tuesday, February 12, 2013, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Onondaga Community College’s Gordon Student Center Great Room. This Mardi Gras inspired event is bringing the soul of New Orleans to the Syracuse community with Cajun and Creole inspired food, music and dance. Entertainment for the event will include US as emcees, Ted and Amy from 93Q, a barbershop quartet, belly dancing, bluesmen and more. There will also be silent and live auctions and other Mardi Gras surprises. “This event is a really fun night out for such a good cause. It’s almost like you’re actually on Bourbon Street. There’s great entertainment, food and amazing people. One of the best parts about it is you can come as you are. You could even wear a costume if you wanted,” Jennifer Coman, executive director of Sarah House said. Last year, 179 people attended the fundraiser, and Sarah House generated $38,000 in proceeds from attendees, sponsors and donors. Sarah House is hoping to get even more of the community involved this year in order to continue its legacy. “Sarah House serves over 1,000 people a year and this particular event is one of the key reasons why Sarah House can continue to be a home away from home for people in need,” Coman said. This non-profit organization has been providing hospitality since 1993. It exists through the generosity and kindness of the Syracuse community and the hard work of its volunteers. All of the proceeds from this event benefit Sarah House and the people it seeks to help. To purchase tickets or donate please visit www.sarahhouse.org
. Mission Statement: To provide lodging, transportation, meals and comfort to patients and families of patients whose extended stay away from home for necessary medical treatment might create a financial burden.
MALARKEY FOR TODAY:
Nearly 40% of the guys admit they have bought a gift for their significant other here, where is it?
1) ****A gas station
2) Victoria’s Secret
3) A grocery store