1. It’s Friday and I’m not at work.
I am a teacher and am on spring break. I really don’t think any further explanation is necessary, do you?
2. Spring has sprung!
I’m not a fan of winter. Or cold. The first snow is kind of exciting, but then I’m done. This winter seemed to have been especially long because we had NO SNOW DAYS off from school. Can you imagine this atrocity? The only time we received a good amount of snow was on the weekends. What good did that do us? None, I tell you. Of course, we could have had 10 million feet of snow like Boston. No, thank you.
3. The sun is shining.
I know you may think this is a repeat of number 2, but alas, you would be mistaken. Just because it is spring in Kansas, does NOT mean the sun would be shining. We have our fair amount of rainy, cloudy days in spring. Sometimes we even have SNOW. A couple of years ago we had snow in MAY. That’s just not right. However, today the sun is shining, birds are singing and the future looks bright.
4. It’s March Madness!
Not only is it March Madness, but my two favorite teams play today–The Wichita State Shockers and the KU Jayhawks! I have been hearing some smack about their mascots–the WuShock and the Jayhawk.
I don’t understand this hatred because frankly there are much worse mascots. Consider Xavier’s blue blob:
Or let’s take a gander at Delta State’s Fighting Okra:
I don’t want to hear anymore about the ridiculousness of the WuShock and Jayhawk because your view is unfounded.
The only bad thing about this tournament is that WSU and KU are on a crash course to play each other this weekend. If they both win today, then they will play each Sunday and one team will be eliminated soon into the tournament. This match-up has been long awaited by many people in our state of Kansas. I would like to see them play each other, but not in these circumstances. The only thing I can say is let the best team win!
5. God loves me.
Once again, this needs no further explanation.
So what makes a good day for you?
Who are you rooting for in the NCAA tournament?