Sometimes you stumble onto gold. Other times you have to hunt it.
It’s okay: it’s 2021.
Merry Christmas, flock! It’s been an...interesting year to say the least, but we made it to Christmas Day. There were definitely some little moments of togetherness that got us through. The above holiday card was sent out to some of you this year, but I decided to put it up for everyone. There’s quite a … Continue reading Merry Christmas, Flock!
It’s almost the Holiday Season, flock! Would you like a Holiday Card from yours truly?
Hopping on over to Youngstown for a socially-distant concert...in a thunderstorm?
Taking full advantage of the fact my "back yard" is a wonder of the world during the Coronavirus lockdowns.
Weekends are weird, flock. For example: this weekend, smack dab in the middle of Caronamania, I went to a St. Patrick's Day party at the Brickyard in Lewiston. Why? Because of this goof: Well that explains nothing, so maybe some context. The purple haired sheep getting all huggy with me in the pic is my, … Continue reading Saint Paddy and the Coronavirus
I never thought I'd be saying this, but happy five year anniversary, flock! Okay, so technically this is the five year anniversary of my first tweet, but since that's where I started, it counts! We've come a long way in five years, so I thought it'd be interesting to take a look back. First ever … Continue reading Five Years of Sheepie Niagara!
Hey, flock! Sorry for not posting since last decade. I’ve been fully basking in the wonder that is the 2020s. I’ve been ringing in the Nouveau Roaring 20s by spending way too much time (and money) at the Outlets. I just can’t resist sales and Philly Steaks (but more on that in a later post). … Continue reading Niagara Life in the 2020s
It’s officially Christmas in Niagara Falls! There is something indescribably wonderful about the holiday season here in the Falls, especially if you’re a sheep obsessed with Christmas like I am. Jingle Falls really hit its stride this year (even with the rain on the 14th). I’m already excited for next year’s festivities. But for now, … Continue reading Merry Christmas, Flock!