"Meat from grass-fed poultry, though very low in fat, has high levels of Omega-3 fatty acids. Guess what?? The eggs do, too!!"
I found that the grocery store now stocks these Omega-3 Eggs, which come from grass-fed, cage-free chickens which are fed flaxseed, so the eggs contain more Omega-3 fatty acids and 17% less cholesterol. And the eggs taste better than the regular Grade A Large eggs. I can vouch. Maybe I'll eat more eggs now. Life just keeps getting better.
I spent quite a bit of time outside this weekend, because the weather was amazing. I raked enough leaves to bury an SUV. Not that I tried, but I think the trees had more leaves, or they all dropped at the same time this year. There's also a very large pine tree in my back yard which is probably a goner. It has been gradually dying over the past couple of years, and only the very top is still green at all. The problem is that the safest direction to fell the thing is right on top of the fence, and right near my neighbor's storage shed. I think I have a few months before it's totally dead to figure out how to dispose of it. If the wind blows it down on the neighbor's shed, I hope she has her insurance premium paid up. When my other neighbor's tree crushed my shed, I got an insurance check to replace it. And I did. I wish the shed was about 40 feet closer to the house, though. I'd use it more. It's mostly just a garage for the lawnmower.
Today, while watching the Chiefs almost beat the Colts, I played in a poker tournament with a $100,000 prize pool. Out of 20,000 people, I came in about 5000th. I didn't play loose enough for 10 minute blind increases. You have to really gamble at that pace. The top 3000 got paid, and the prize for 1st was $17,000+. I learned to pay more attention to the tournament blind structure. I had won my way into it via a $2 satellite tournament in which I had won 1st place, so I wasn't out much money by losing. I missed a couple of draws, which really hurt my stack, then never got any cards after that. The blinds got me before I was in the money. 3000th place got $17. That would have been nice, considering I had only paid $2 to get into it. I had missed some opportunities by not playing looser early on, and missed some draws, which I should have folded to save the stack I had built up. Oh well, not my best, but the cards weren't helping.
I scored in our hockey game tonight, but we lost by a few points. One of our leading scorers hit the crossbar of the goal 3 times and hit the post twice. If he had shot those a few inches lower, we would have won. Most of my shots hit the goalie right in the pads. It's frustrating to get so many chances, and not get points onto the board (well, except one point). My hat's off to their goalie.
The "We Cheer for Beer" crew was cheering for us again. I hurried up to the bar to give them our free team pitcher after the game, because nobody on my team drinks after the game. Then, I stuck around while they cheered and beered for a team who has bought them seven pitchers so far this season. While there, some players on another team bought them two more pitchers, because they were terrified to have them cheering against them. That's my whole reasoning, too. I'd rather have them cheering FOR us than AGAINST us. Their cheers are crude, disheartening, and sometimes distracting. I'd rather be entertained by them than annoyed by them.