Growls and hugs for April 24 to May 1

Weather, biking and butter

Someone or something got your hackles up? Or maybe someone made you smile today and you want to give them a bearhug! Send your rants and raves, peeves or thank yous, of 150 words or less, to editor@revelstoketimesreview.com

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Spring flu

Growls to getting sick on beautiful days. Cold or rain, don’t mind staying in bed, but in this weather? Come on body, get with it!

Slo-pitch

Cheers to my fellow ball players on the start of another season. Looking forward to seeing you out there. Let’s have some fun!

A+ service

Hug to Riley from two ladies for bringing them their coffee at A&W to their table to avoid the long tour-bus line-up.

Mountain biking

Hug to my mountain bike for putting up with my shoddy directions. I don’t mean to hit all the rocks and logs. My reactions are just a couple bends behind on the trail. I’m told practice makes one better?

Butter

Growl to the baker (myself) for not realizing that the recipe was using European measurements. Turns out 1 1/2 cups of butter in Europe, isn’t 1 1/2 cups in Revelstoke. Instead of being a lovely pear cardamom streusel cake with white chocolate, it become butter soup with chunks. Oh dear.

Butter take two

But don’t worry. I could never stay mad at you for long. My life revolves around you.


 

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