Off the Cuff with Jacqueline Ross | May 2021 By Jacqueline Ross Greetings, Humans! First off, I’m pumped for all of my Canadian homies! So stoked Canada is opening back up! Hope you all get back in action doing all the things that you enjoy! Cheers! Maya Angelou once said, ”I’ve learned people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how
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Off the Cuff with Jacqueline Ross | April By Jacqueline Ross Greetings, humans! I started writing this from 35,000 feet altitude. Shout out to Delta for the safe flight and Biscoff cookies. Gluten is something I usually avoid, but I’ll take the inflammation for two of those scrumptious things. Happy that my fingers didn’t swell up, I picked up my pen, grabbed my notebook and started writing about the last 72 hours.
Off the Cuff with Jacqueline Ross By Jacqueline Ross Greetings, humans. As a kid I always loved going to Chinese buffets for sweet and sour chicken and fortune cookies. Not much has changed. Except, my interpretation of the fortune in the cookies. This one particularly piqued my interest. What happens when you do wish to see the best in others, give them your best, only to have them show you
Off the Cuff with Jacqueline Ross | February | The 5 P’s By Jacqueline Ross Greetings, Humans! Today, I’m sweating bullets; literally and figuratively. I’m on the way home from the first round of the Kenny Yoho I-4 MX Series and it was 90 degrees Fahrenheit (32 degrees Celsius for my Canadian friends.) Figuratively, it’s February 28 and my column is just now receiving the final Midas touch. Talk about slipping in under
Off the Cuff with Jacqueline Ross – January 2021 By Jacqueline Ross Greetings, Humans! I like to think I could pass for the Energizer Bunny’s sister. Everyday I’m revved up and ready to go get it, and I barely drink any coffee! If I do, it’s half-caf! Some of us naturally have the personality of a crackhead, and need to monitor our caffeine consumption! To me, everyday might as well be a new year filled
Off the Cuff with Jacqueline Ross | December By Jacqueline Ross Greetings, Humans! Happy Festivus! I’ve waited all year to use that line! I hope you’ve enjoyed the month of December. I’ve heard a lot of people broadcasting throughout the year that they ”just can’t wait for 2020 to be over!” Congratulations, you made it! 28 hours left (depending upon when this gets posted)! Since this column holds my thoughts and points
Off the Cuff with Jacqueline Ross | November By Jacqueline Ross Greetings, Humans! Contrary to what I said in September, Florida was not the place to be in November. It has rained almost every day, motocross tracks have been flooded, and I’ve contemplated the idea of purchasing a jet ski. Normally, I tend to talk quite a bit. This month, I made it a point to talk less, listen and observe
Off the Cuff with Jacqueline Ross | Presented by LP Orthopedics By Jacqueline Ross Greetings Humans! Normally, my columns seem to take on the roll of being upbeat and exciting. This month’s hits on a whole other tempo. For me, anyway. I was a bit hesitant at first in my decision to write about what you are about to read. I wasn’t sure if I would be able to put the
Off the Cuff with Jacqueline Ross | September By Jacqueline Ross Greetings humans! More than half of my life has been spent on a dirt bike at a motocross track. In case you were wondering, I’m 32 years young and I started riding/racing at the age of 12. Just so you know, I’ll be 33 in November and I’m in the process of planning Flow With J-Ro’s 2nd Annual Birthday Motocross School at Mesa Motocross Park! I give
Off the Cuff with Jacqueline Ross | August By Jacqueline Ross Greetings, Humans! I take early morning walks almost every day. Sometimes they take place a little later than others and I’m not cruising the streets till around 7 a.m. At that time in the morning, the cars are always whizzing by. People are on the way to work, dropping their kids off at school, heading to the gym, or on their