We traveled to Jonesboro, AR to watch Kid #2 play in a large regional disc golf tournament. There were 146 players and 38 teams registered for the event. The course was at Disc Side of Heaven a difficult course and one the pros play.
This fall, we visited the Sedgwick County Zoo's Wild Lights event. It was pretty cool and an innovative way to attract patrons to the zoo during the winter months and at night. It wasn't too cold, but it was a wee bit crowded. That's a good thing for a city attraction, right? This was my … Continue reading Wild lights
Dale Carnegie's, "How to Win Friends and Influence People," was published 86 years ago, but somehow is still relevant today. It's been a best seller for decades. The New York Times first reviewed it "How to Win Friends and Influence People"it in 1937, and it's has a 4.5/5 stars on amazon - with 74,000 ratings.
This weekend we headed to down south to see Kid #1 during parents weekend. We played disc golf (twice), went to a soccer and football game, and tailgated at the fraternity house.
ESU hosted its first collegiate disc golf tournament this year. It attracted 70+ players representing 19 teams from 9 universities. We were able to spend the day at the tournament (well, I was. Scott had to leave early to referee a soccer game in Newton.) Lisa, Grammy and Ted also came for half the day. … Continue reading Collegiate Kickoff – Emporia