The scientists of today think deeply instead of clearly. One must be sane to think clearly, but one can think deeply and be quite insane. ~ Nikola Tesla
So the Christmas season has come to an end here and we have a strange new echo in the house. I also am at the beginning of the worst time of the year for me, personally, and for many others. You know what I mean, Christmas decorations put away, snow on the ground, cold temperatures and grey skies.
Yep, it must mean that my beloved Denver Broncos are done playing for the year.
What? Did you think I was going to go on and on about my mental condition? Shoot, I have plenty of time for that - stay tuned. I actually was looking forward to tomorrow, about five weeks ago. That was because the Broncos were in charge of their destiny, playoff-wise, but no, they had to throw a huge monkey wrench into my plans and lose to the Raiders (expletives deleted Raiders!) and Chiefs, at home.
So, instead of me talking smack about the Patriots and how we OWNED them earlier in the season, I have to talk about how the Broncos, once again, decided to break millions of hearts across the country - not to mention in Denver.
You know what? Life is too short for whining about some silly game that grown men play, right?
Instead, I shall show you something that, literally, just caught mine and Jenni's eye.
Who knew that the post office could be so