This I Believe...

Saturday, July 18, 2015

Day 18: This I Believe

For today's blog challenge, I will share some random beliefs/ opinions about my world in general.  Remember, these opinions are my own.  In the world of the CCSS, we have to learn to agree to disagree with each other more. Feel free to respond in the comments, though.  :)

This I Believe...

The best part of fall are the pumpkin spice lattes, followed by the leaves changing color.

Coke is better than Pepsi.

Parks are fun for all ages.

The city is great, but its traffic is not.

A good cup of coffee makes everything better, especially when shared with a friend.

Lights make everything pretty at night.

Disneyland is magical, and Playmobil toys are better than LEGOS.  
Yes, I said it.
Sorry, LEGO.

The beach is prettiest at sunset.

In-N-Out Burger is the best fast food in the US.  
Please come to Illinois.

There is a big difference between 80 degrees and 90 degrees.  
But, the summer is still better than the winter. 

Also, beagles named Snoopy are special.

Birthdays are best celebrated at a bakery with family.  
Party hats are optional, but add something special.

The Sox are my team.  
But, I don't really know all that much about sports.  
I think pride, tradition and sportsmanship is what matters.
(Go, Chicago teams!)

There are more rainbows than rain in this world.  
We just have to remember to look for them.


  1. You had me right up until the White Sox! Go Royals!

  2. I have never been to a Kansas City game, but I bet their hot dogs are pretty good! I'd cheer for them with a dog in my hand (as long as they weren't playing the Sox at the time).

    1. Unlike yesterday when I was giving Michelle a hard time because she was at the game and it was against the Royals. :) I had not been to a baseball game in over 20 years and we went this summer and took my kids to their first professional game ever. It was fun. We had a double rainbow last night. I saw a lot of pictures of it, but I was working and didn't see it myself. I love rainbows, they are a sign of promise of things to come!