Tuesday, April 08, 2008

How about those Jayhawks!

A very exciting season!
A very exciting final game!
How about those Jayhawks?
The kids are so excited as are the fans.

This one is for my brother, a Jayhawker.
He taught me to love baseball
and college basketball!
How about that?


Cheryl said...

Don't understand basketball or baseball Sherry but love the little pictures.

Speedy recovery.

Q said...

Dear Cheryl,
I do not understand very much but I do listen to the baseball games and I cheer for the Jayhawks for the basketball! My brother introduced me to both of these sports. LOL
I feel better but seem to be very tired.
Hope your gardens rebound from the frost.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

We watched the first part of the game. I couldn't stay awake for the entire game. It sounded like a barn burner.

Q said...

Dear Lisa,
We play March Madness every year withthose from my husband's office. It is fun!
Seeing the Jayhawks win was very wonderful. My brother is very happy!
Long, very close game.
Way past my bedtime too!

Anonymous said...

Birds always win! LOL

Cheryl said...

Hi Sherry....Sorry you are so unwell. Do you take Manuka honey. I take it only when I am will. It has a natural antibiotic in it. It comes from the bees in the rain forest.

Try it if you can get it but only use it for a week or two of being ill, otherwise your body gets used to it and it isn't so effective.

It is only a suggestion.

Get well wishes.


Q said...

Dear Monarch,
LOL! Spotting a Jayhawk is pretty easy in my city. Lawrence, Kansas is pretty close by and lots of alumni live here. We like to think the Jayhawks are the best! The Tigers were rather ferocious.
It is fun!

Q said...

Dear Cheryl,
Thank you for the idea. I will see if I can find some of this tasty honey at my Nature's Pantry. It is an organic grocery. Sort of like a very nice health food store. If not I will order on line.
I have not heard of this honey before. Thank you.
I do not know what is wrong with me. Maybe after detox I was susceptible to virus. My husband had a cold for three days that did not bother me. I do not know what kind of bug I caought.
I feel better in the mornings. By middle of the afternoon I am very tired and by supper time I back running a low grade fever!
I will try the honey. Thank you for the suggestion.