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31 posts from May 2015
I went to another movie tonight. Don't judge me too harshly, but I saw the Rock in San Andreas.
I don't typically go for this sort of film but my brother really wanted to see it. Cliche? Yes. It has everything you expect from this sort of film.
Was it fun? Yeah. I'll admit I enjoyed it. So much west coast destruction. I almost felt like I was watching Godzilla again but with no cool monsters.
Except The Rock. He's pretty monstrous.
I always knew that my Fitbit played a part in my decision to get moving. I just never quite realized the degree to which it went all method actor on my fitness goals.
You all know I love comic books. I've been reading comics now for the longest continuous stretch of my life at about three-and-a-half years. Basically since digital comics really started getting a foothold in the industry.
I love the comic strip Dilbert. I have for many many years. But I was never a regular reader until I discovered they had an RSS feed so I could have each day's strip sent to me and I never needed to worry about seeking it out.
On the bad side of the coin, my Fitbit died today. Just about a year old and she done crapped out. No charging, no syncing, no resetting. Yup, that reset trick that is supposed to work every time (and had to this point) doesn't. At all.
We did some more work around the house this weekend. Part of it started last weekend when I cut new boards for our railings.
CHICAGOLAND, IL -- A filtration system broke down at 9:30 Friday morning at Li'l Swimmers Pool spilling chlorine into the pool area with swimmers present.
It started off as a joke.
There's nothing quite like wrapping up the workday and knowing that you're going home to a three-day holiday weekend with your family.
I love the show black-ish. It has been one of the most consistently funny new sitcoms this season. Particularly because of the kids.
Sure, this is about a year past due for many of you watching live, but I finally finished season four of Game of Thrones.
If you came across a synopsis of a new TV that read like this...
Originally, I had planned on today's post being a meme I found over on Dave2 and Kazza's blogs. However, when I discovered it was 100 questions, I changed my mind. Memes are fun. Usually. When they're short, that is. Holy god.
This week is the week.
We took care of Nathan's cousin Zoey today for a bit. The two of them spent much of that time fighting over his toys.
La la lalala la, sing a happy song!
La la lalala la, sing it all day long!
I'm sorry that my blog posts of late have been lacking of quality content. I have stuff to say and post ideas jotted down but not enough time to really flesh them out.
Mommy is out at a movie with Auntie Jen.
Nathan is thoroughly preoccupied with his trains.
I'm lying on the floor after a tickle fight with Nathan.
Ha ha. See what I did in that title? It’s funny. Or not.
First, a big Happy Mother's Day to Katie, my mom, my grandma, my mother-in-law, and both my sisters-in-law. You all deserve a day 364 days a year.
Some of you have asked how the flooring project has been coming and I'm very overdue on an update.
I mentioned this on Twitter this morning but felt it merited a second bit of exposure here.
[Author's note: Once again, sorry this is late. It's Story
Sun, er, Thursday!]
I just got a text alert from AT&T that I have used 75% of my monthly data allowance... A mere two weeks into this billing cycle.
Yesterday, a coworker came up to me and said, "Have you been losing weight? You look like you have."
It's been a little more than two months since I first detailed the, er, details of Marvel Comic's relaunch of Star Wars comic books now that they re-acquired the rights from Dark Horse Comics ("re-acquired" because George Lucas sold Star Wars to Disney, which owns Marvel Comics).
Sorry, folks, but I got nuthin' for this week's Story Sunday.
It's FREE COMIC BOOK DAY!
Another month bites the dust.