Join Waukesha resident Brien Lee and his blog, Sir Fido, as they explore the city and report on the interesting things they find.
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I owe you one. Let's put it this way, if U.S. military veterans weren't around to defend freedom and country my life would be a whole lot different. . . and not in a good way.
My company purchased ten tickets so we could see one of our co-workers duke it out in a boxing match at Potawatomi this Saturday. It should be fun. No one at work has ever seen him fight before.
The piper is calling me to join him at Horwitz Planetarium tomorrow night, but Retzer Nature Center, where the planetarium is located, is too quiet after dark. It seems much more inviting when the forests echo with laughter.
Best color guard. Best percussion. Best musical presentation. Tied with Waukesha West for best visual presentation.
I jumped at the opportunity to be taken for a walk by a friend's dog so the friend could rest at home after surgery. I've been suffering from a dog walking deficit. Bailey's been sticking closer to home ever since she got bit many months ago. It's been hard because I enjoyed our walks at least as much as she. Dog walking is therapeutic and without that excuse to get out I probably don't get enough exercise.