Please join us for the sleep-centered blues show on Walkiing The Blues Away, Saturday, the 10th at 5:oo pm on KRNN Juneau fm 102.7. ( radio link: http://www.krnn.org )
National Napping Day is snoozed on the day after the return of daylight saving time to give folks the chance to catch up on the hour of sleep that they lost out on when clocks changed to the spring time.
A Boston University professor, William Anthony, has been credited with the origin of the event in 1999, primarily to emphasize on the import of sleep. Anthony is reported to have said, “We chose this particular Monday because Americans are more ‘nap-ready’ than usual after losing an hour of sleep to daylight saving time.”
Gavin: The Winter Olympics 2018 are nearly concluded.
Wyatt: What do we do now?
Gavin: Look back at a memory mosaic reflection.
Gavin: This contraption looks like a “kennel.”
Wyatt: You may be correct as I believe it is called a “cage.”
Gavin: I do not think we are allowed to play tug with these “sticks.”
Wyatt: It seems obvious that we should “like the luck?”
Gavin: No, no… the talk is about “ice the puck.”
Wyatt: Bobsledding sounds like such a happy event.
Gavin: What I know is that I would be happy to get out of the way.
Wyatt: The event is called “ski jumping.”
Gavin: It seems much more like “ski falling” to me.
Wyatt: You just need to be patient and concentrate to get down the hill.
Gavin: My concern is that I do not want to be a patient of the ambulance at the bottom of the hill.
Gavin: Its name comes from the patterns skaters draw on the ice.
Wyatt: I have read that figure skating has become one of the most popular events of the Winter Olympics.
Gavin: I’m watching as long as they are making figures of biscuits.
Gavin: What do you call trails that make lots of money?
Gavin: To air is human…
Wyatt: …to land is divine.
Wyatt: I just realized something.
Gavin: What’s that?
Wyatt: It is clear why the sport is called “cross” country.
Gavin: I think you are “barking” up the correct “track.”
Gavin: What did one curling stone say to the other?
Wyatt: I won’t take you for granite!
ABRAHAM LINCOLN ON CROSSCURRENTS, 2/12: The 16th president of the United States, whose Gettysburg Address stands as one of the most legendary bits of oratory in American history, Abraham Lincoln was born on this date in 1809. You are honestly invited to honest Abe Lincoln’s birthday on Crosscurrents, 2/12 at 8 am. ( radio link: http://www.krnn.org )