16 years, cavity free.
Me & Mine 2017
In the back of this book I'm reading, I found an order form for software from this company that had created a computer game based on the book.
I finished editing my monthly video but YouTube is hung up on processing it.
It was a sad day yesterday for this coffee drinking fool. Those of you who follow me on social media already saw this either on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook along with requisite lamentation.
Remember years ago when doctors started talking about the reality that is "phantom vibration syndrome"? It's what happens when you swear you feel vibrations in your leg from your phone ringing on silent in your pocket when it really is not.
In the month leading up to us going to the Professional Bull Riding (PBR) event in January, Katie and I tried to find some way to make ourselves more "cowboy friendly."
I was listening to the most recent episode of the podcast Up & Vanished the other day. In this episode, they were trying to fathom the motivation of a person alleged to have murdered his former teacher, Tara Grinstead, a few years after he had graduated and moved on.
I realize that, at 42 years old, I'm just that... old. Not as old as some, but older than many. And, while 42 may be, according to Douglas Adams, the "Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything," it doesn't mean I really know anything at all.
The other day, Katie picked up something new for me to try out, medium roast coffee K-Cups from Trader Joe's.
The other day, I was watching season 1, episode 7 of Stranger Things when a quote from one of the characters caught my attention.
A couple towns east of here lies Cantigny Park. You may recall it from the Tom Hanks film A League of Their Own as the home of Garry Marshall's character league owner Walter Harvey.
As Katie declared to me last night, “This is my week! My month! Celebrate me!!” So I suppose I should take a moment to explain why…
Either whiffing glue is back in fashion or they've discovered a way to make meth using Elmer's glue because I'll be damned if I can find it anywhere these days.
If there was one silver lining to the travesty that was Atlanta bending over and giving the Super Bowl to New England, it was these beauts!
I took this picture a couple days ago in conjunction with a contest hosted by Funko.
Are you familiar with meerkats? They're a mammal native to Africa that have an appearance similar to a mongoose. This little guy...
I had to take a half day off work today because of a service call on our furnace. For the last little while, it has been sounding less like a device that is meant to heat our house than it does a carnival ride complete with screaming passengers.
Sam's Club... how you vex me.
An interesting side note to my post about us going to the PBR event on Sunday. That night, Katie and I were catching up on some DVR’d shows and she fell asleep. So I watched a little more and then flipped out to live TV.
Eventually, all three of us have to get over the varied illnesses we have been fostering and all be healthy at the same time, right?
We woke up at 5 a.m.
We were on the road at 6:10 a.m.
We picked up Katie's cousin at 6:35 a.m.
On the weekend or any day that you don't have to work, the last thing you want to do is wake up even earlier than you otherwise would and return to your workplace.