by Ron St. Pierre and Jen Brien, commentary
Fall has actually formally gotten here
Yep. Real story. Today I was travelling through Walmart and BAM! There it was! In all of its splendor– HALLOWEEN SWEET! Am I the just one who’s delighted that we are inching far from temperatures that offer us a peek into hell?! Anybody else pleased that in a couple of weeks Starbucks will be providing the Pumpkin Cold Brew as soon as again, and we will begin seeing an assault of HOCUS POCUS 2 EQUIPMENT?! C’mon fall! Listen, this time of year is my favorite. We get football back, the nights are cool, and the days are filled with the odor of harvest candle lights. I actually dislike summertime. Moreso now that individuals believe I wish to hear their music at a traffic light, and do not even get me began about beach traffic. It’s all insanity. I recognize there’s an approach to God’s grand plan and each season serves a function however offer me fall and winter season ANYDAY! Who does not enjoy a huge pot of beef stew and Monday night football! So, delight in these canine days of summertime buddies … trigger fall is sneaking in on us! Oh, PS, delight in fall ’cause on September 1 st, I make sure, Walmart goes– all Christmas! ( Wink)
However I’m severe. Till next time buddies!
The Summer Season of our Discontent
A U.S. Census Bureau study states more Americans are reporting that they’re having problem paying their costs than did throughout the 2020 pandemic peak. A tremendous 40% of U.S grownups state it’s been rather or extremely challenging to cover their normal family costs in the survey taken in late June and early this month. That’s the greatest given that the Census began asking the concern in August of 2020, which had to do with 5 months into the pandemic. At that time, one third of the participants reported problem covering their normal family costs. It decreased from that over the list below year, however when the federal government pandemic relief spigot got shut down and the worst inflation in 40 years struck, the number began to increase once again.
Bust out those old Baseball Cards
If you’re fortunate enough that your mother didn’t throw out all your baseball cards from when you were a kid, you may wish to sort thru them to see if this one’s in your stash. A 70-year old Mickey Mantle baseball card might break auction records next month. Today, a New Jersey waste management business owner owns the 1952 card, which is supposedly in mint condition. He purchased it back in 1991 for $50,000 at a New york city collectors reveal. Now that card might go beyond … wait on it … 10 MILLION dollars when the auction ends August 27 th As the late terrific Mel Allen would state, “how about that!”
Some summertime pointers from Ron & & Jen
Here are a couple of natural home remedy for summertime disorders. For DEHYDRATION you do not need to invest a lot for some expensive sports beverage. Make your own electrolyte beverage by blending water with newly squeezed lemon juice and/or other citrus fruits, raw honey, and a pinch of sea salt. For SUNBURN, liquify a couple of cups of Epsom salt in a bath and soak the body parts that are burned. You can do an Epsom salt compress too. For bug bites and bee stings roll on or use a couple of drops of Lavender necessary oil. It manages swelling, itching, and swelling. And, for Toxin Ivy, blend together aloe vera and tea tree oil for relief. Mix 3-5 drops of tea tree oil with a teaspoon of aloe, BUT ensure to use gloves when you use straight to the skin.
Ron St. Pierre is a veteran broadcaster whose profession has actually covered over 4 years. Ron has actually set, carried out on and handled WHJJ, WPRO, WWRX, 790 Ball Game in Providence, along with WBZT and WKGR in West Palm Beach and WABC in New York City City. Ron likewise anchored sports on WPRI Ch 12 in Providence. He belongs to both the Rhode Island Radio and Tv and the City of Pawtucket Halls of Popularity. He was born and raised in Pawtucket.
J en Brien has more than twenty years of radio broadcast experience having actually hosted programs on WPRO and WHJJ with Ron along with her own programs on WRKO and WBZ in Boston, WXTK on Cape Cod and WHAM in Rochester, New York City. Jen was born and raised in Woonsocket and served 6 years in the Army MP Dog System.
Hazel, Ron’s canine, makes routine looks.
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