A Sunday With No Football!!!

Really? There’s no football?

It is a weird feeling today! For the first time since August we do not have a game to watch. I know there are Sunday’s when your favorite team doesn’t play because of the bye week or SNF, MNF or TNF, but I always watch a game. WHAT DO I DO NOW? TALK TO THE FAMILY???



The series about Tom Brady titled “Tom vs. Time” has been put on “pause” after the Patriots’ loss in Super Bowl LII. Diirector Gotham Chopra announced Friday that while they had good footage, the events of the Super Bowl caused him to rethink. He wanted one final interview, which he said he got Friday morning. The series has aired on Facebook Watch and chronicled Brady’s 2017 season and journey. “As a fan, I can say I got some great closure and I hope Tom did too in just talking about it,” Chopra said. “I can tell he’s burning up still on the inside. But I am also reminded why the guy is the GOAT and it’s all gonna be OK.” There is no date for the release, instead Chopra said it’s “coming soon.”



Boston’s skyline is being illuminated in blue to support a local children’s hospital. City Hall, the Zakim Bridge, the Prudential Tower, the TD Garden and dozens of other city landmarks are turning on blue lights on Thursday to show support for Boston’s Children’s Hospital. More than 35 skyscrapers and structures will light up in the hospital’s signature color when a patient flips a switch at sunset. Candles will also be placed in the window of every patient at the hospital.The hospital says the lighting and a related fundraising campaign are meant to provide young patients with “hope and light” during the dark days of winter. Boston Children’s Hospital was founded in 1869 and is one of the nation’s leading institutions for pediatric treatment and research.



Here’s the full Olympic schedule all in one place…….

Sunday, Feb. 11
Figure Skating: Team Events for Single Free Skating and Ice Dance Free Dance
Alpine Skiing: Women’s Giant Slalom
Snowboarding: Women’s Slopestyle
FinalLuge: Men’s Singles Final Runs
Freestyle Skiing: Women’s Moguls Final

Monday, Feb. 12
Snowboarding: Women’s Halfpipe Final, Men’s Halfpipe Qualifications
Alpine Skiing: Men’s Combined
Speed Skating: Women’s 1500m

Tuesday, Feb. 13
Alpine Skiing: Women’s Slalom, Men’s Combined
Figure Skating: Pairs Short Program
Snowboarding: Men’s Halfpipe

Wednesday, Feb. 14
Skeleton: Men’s
Speed Skating: Women’s 1000m
Alpine Skiing: Men’s Super-G
Figure Skating: Pairs’ Free Skate Final

Thursday, Feb. 15
Freestyle Skiing: Women’s Aerials
Skeleton: Men’s Final Run
Snowboarding: Women’s Cross
Figure Skating: Men’s Single Short Program
Cross-Country Skiing: Women’s 10km Freestyle

Friday, Feb. 16
Freestyle Skiing: Women’s Aerials
Skeleton: Women’s Runs 1 & 2
Alpine Skiing: Women’s Super-G
Figure Skating: Men’s Free Skate

Saturday, Feb. 17
Alpine Skiing: Men’s Giant Slalom
Skeleton: Women’s Final Runs
Ski Jumping: Men’s Individual Large Hill
Short Track Speed Skating: Men’s 1000m, Women’s 1500m

Sunday, Feb. 18
Bobsled: 2-Man Runs
Speed Skating: Women’s 500m
Freestyle Skiing: Women’s Halfpipe
Figure Skating: Ice Dance Short Dance

Monday, Feb. 19
Bobsled: 2-Man Finals
Freestyle Skiing: Women’s Halfpipe Final
Figure Skating: Ice Dance Short Dance Final

Tuesday, Feb. 20
Snowboarding: Men’s Ski Halfpipe
Bobsled: Women’s Runs
Alpine Skiing: Women’s Downhill
Figure Skating: Women’s Single Short Program

Wednesday, Feb. 21
Freestyle Skiing: Men’s Halfpipe Final
Bobsled: Women’s Final
Alpine Skiing: Men’s Slalom
Cross-Country Skiing: Team Sprint

Thursday, Feb. 22
Short Track Speed Skating: Men’s 500m Final, Women’s 100m Final and Men’s 5000m Relay FinalSnowboarding: Women’s Big Air Finals
Alpine Skiing: Women’s Super Combined
Figure Skating: Women’s Free Skate

Friday, Feb. 23
Bobsled: 4-Man, Runs 1 and 2
Speed Skating: Men’s 1000m
Snowboarding: Men’s Big Air
Alpine Skiing: Team Event

Saturday, Feb. 24
Bobsled: 4-Man, Final Runs
Figure Skating Gala Exhibition

Sunday, Feb. 25
Closing Ceremony



“Fifty Shades Freed” has topped the North American box office in its first weekend in theaters. Universal Pictures estimates Sunday that the final chapter in the Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele saga has earned $38.8 million, which is down significantly from the first film’s $85.2 million debut and the sequel’s $46.6 million opening.

”Peter Rabbit” was in second place with $25 million and  Clint Eastwood’s “The 15:17 to Paris” pulled into third place with $12.6 million.

“Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” fell to fourth place with $9.8 million and “The Greatest Showman” took fifth with $6.4 million.


It’s a day to think positive.  A day for looking on the bright side of things.


It’s an opportunity to meet someone new and make a new friendship.

“Friends are those rare people who ask how you are and then wait for the answer”  – Ed Cunningham

In the United States, as early as 1900, peppermint patties were made by regional confectioneries.

York Peppermint Pattie’s were first made in 1940 and distributed regionally much like other candy makers of the era.  York dominated the market because of its firmness and crispness while the others were soft. A former York employee remembered that the final (sample) test of the patty before it left the factory was called a “snap test.”  If the candy did not break clean in the middle, it did not make it onto candy store shelves.



Feb. 11, 1963, The Beatles recorded all of the tracks for their first album to be released in the U.K., “Please Please Me.” John Lennon had a bad cold and belted out “Twist and Shout” in one take.

In 2012, Whitney Houston was found dead in a bathtub in a Los Angeles hotel. She was 48.


Burt Reynolds is 82
Tina Louise is 80 Ginger is 80?!
Sarah Palin is 54.
Jennifer Aniston is 49



“Work hard. Talk less. Do what you know is right. Learn from your mistakes. Build people up. Laugh often. Stop complaining. Invest in yourself. Dream big. Plan ahead. Love unconditionally .”

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