Hello world!

I just heard about two boys who were on flag duty at their elementary school and decided to see if their tongues would stick to the flag pole in the cold weather.  Guess what?  It is not a myth!  Maybe they should have called Myth Busters? 

Hi.  This is my first post and after hearing that on the news, it became my first topic to discuss.  Some people will not believe things until they experience it for themselves.  Unfortunately, sometimes that means they will experience some pain or worse yet, possibly death.  Another story on the news was about four teenage girls who were joyriding on a hilly road and got airborn, crashed into a stone pillar, bounced off and caught fire.  None were killed, amazingly, but a couple were in critical condition.  It seems this road is popular for teens because if you drive fast enough, you can get “air” on the hills.  I have read how our brains are not done maturing until we are in our 20s which is why some young people make bad choices like that.  Yet, we let them drive cars as young as sixteen.  I’m sure there are many grieving parents who wonder now if sixteen is a wise age.   As my oldest nears that age, I’m sure her dad and I will be looking at that a lot closer. 

Well, time for me to go to sleep.  My five-year old has pneumonia so he might be up during the night if his fever goes back up again.pneumonia 

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