Practicing some my math questions with my daughter: If you give someone $1.00 for an item that costs $0.79, how much change will you expect back? Her: 20 cents. No, it’s 21 cents. Her: But how are they going to give me the penny when it doesn’t exist?

I’m planning on watching the Super Bowl today, but I’d like to take a lesson from those who don’t care for it and apply it towards the daily events and drama. I don’t need to devour and care for it all. (Quote - @dailystoic

When I told my daughter that the groundhog saw its shadow and that meant six more weeks of winter, she was actually excited about it. A sure sign that she’s not growing up in -40 C winters that last forever like I did.

My daughter saw an ad for a used NES and when telling my parents about it, referred to it as being, “an original Nintendo Switch.”

Maybe listening to Chopin wasn’t the greatest decision tonight. Feeling rather somber now.

Also, worked on republishing my older blog posts from six years ago: Four Sides

You know I’ve been living in Kelowna too long when I’m complaining about how much snow is falling and it’s still January.

A day of skiing at Big White, means a kid that passes out shortly after laying down.^

^ I was working in the office. No fun for me.

My daughter’s school is really stepping up their hot lunch game: Summerhill winery, Social 242 Lounge, Naked Cafe (vegan), Jugo Juice, and others. Some real good options for a change.

Missed the news earlier today of the passing of Dolores O’Riordan of the Cranberries. Unbelievable talent and gone way too soon. Here she is on the Late Show when she was around 23.

Returned from seeing The Last Jedi (finally): definitely a fun movie to see. Right now, I like it better than Force Awakens, but think I need to see it more to fully decide.

After the past week with US politics, I was thankful to end it with David Letterman’s ‘My Next Guest’ premiere episode with Barack Obama. What a fantastic interview and reflection on his life. On Netflix now.