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Doing something different - 05/05/14

One of the things I've noticed about working this shift... you need to break out of the routine from time to time and do something different!
Twice in the last week, I've taken in a baseball game at lunchtime. 
I see a lot of baseball games, having a son in little league, but it's nice to break away and get some adult time at the ballpark.
I'm heading to a Nashville Sounds game today for Cinco de Mayo celebrations.
If you want to break out and do something different, come over and join us!


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Last Update on December 25, 2014 10:06 GMT


UNDATED (AP) -- If it's a white Christmas you're after -- go West. The National Weather Service says snow will be falling in the western U.S. today with anywhere from 2 to 6 inches in the valleys. Up to a foot is expected in higher elevations in northern California, Utah, Idaho, Wyoming and Montana. There was even a blizzard warning in Hawaii. Up to eight inches of snow has been predicted for the summits of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa on the Big Island of Hawaii.


DALLAS (AP) -- Santa is carrying less of a load this year. Not in his sack full of toys -- but in his belly. We're talking about Chuck Lee, who plays the Jolly Ol' Elf in the Dallas area. Lee says he hit 290 in February and was having health problems. Lee's doctor told him he needed to change his diet and exercise or face surgery. This Santa has dropped 50 pounds since June. He tells the Dallas Morning News being a healthy Santa is his gift to himself. Lee says he cut out red meat and most dairy. But this Santa does admit to one weakness -- cookies.


MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) -- A New Hampshire woman will have a merrier Christmas -- thanks to a stranger in a Walmart. Earlier this week, 51-year-old Rhonda Healey was looking at holiday cards when a man swiped the wallet from her purse. She had placed the pocketbook on the child seat of her shopping cart. Healey yelled for someone to stop the thief and a fellow shopper tackled the man. Police have charged 24-year-old Alan White with theft and lying about his identity.


WASHINGTON (AP) -- The National Zoo's panda cub got a bit of a scare. Zoo officials in Washington say Bao Bao (bow-BOW') the baby panda spent Tuesday night in a tree and stayed up there Christmas Eve. The panda apparently touched a "hot wire" used for animal containment. Bao Bao was frightened and climbed into the tree. Zookeepers say Bao Bao's reaction was predictable and she's "perfectly fine." They've been posting updates on the zoo's Facebook page. Bao Bao turned 1 in August.

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