To lighten things up from yesterday, I thought I'd do a #throwbackthursday.
30 posts from April 2015
Ferguson... Berkeley... Baltimore...
I have one simple question for music fans everywhere... Do bands still perform or record guitar solos anymore?
Any of you who have read my blog longer than four months knows that I have readily taken part in the pretty well overdone art of writing up best-of lists at the end of the calendar year. For at least a handful of years now, in fact.
Do you remember how the reveal of every episode of Scooby Doo went? The captured felon would state something along the lines of "I would've gotten away with it if it weren't for you meddling kids."
Oh, HBO. You are so clever, aren't you?
I realized, last night, that Nathan is indeed growing up.
This past week, Katie did her civic duty by serving as a juror. It was the first time she's ever been called to serve.
Several years ago, I posted a picture of a toy I found from my childhood to Instagram. I always loved the little guy, but had no idea what exactly it was or what toyline it came from.
Can someone explain to me why Ringo Starr just got inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist? As part of The Beatles, oh he is most certainly a worthy inclusion and already is in there. Solo? I just don't see it.
There are few things cuter than playing Hide & Seek with Nathan.
I played guitar. Once. For ten years. A one-time ten-year span.
If you're able and actually still have one nearby, get out and support your local record store! Why? Because today is...
Since mentioning the new Star Wars trailer yesterday, I figured I'd take a moment to mention that I've developed a new app obsession. It's called Topps Star Wars Card Trader.
Thankfully this past Saturday and Sunday were far more productive than Thursday in terms of constructing our floor.
Well, this sucks more than just a little bit.
I don't know why this happens but it seems like, lately anyway, my getting ready for bed triggers Nathan to startle awake.
My Cleanse is done. Seven God-awful days of water with lemon juice, cayenne pepper, and honey.
My inbox has been inundated with emails the last few days about the release of the Star Wars sextilogy (?) in Digital HD.
Howsabout a status update on the reflooring project in the first floor of our place?
While cleaning out our liquor cabinet during a kitchen rearrange, I found an old bottle of beer given to me by my parents. It is a bottle of Mozart beer that dates back to 1998. Or that's what the date printed on the bottle would lead me to believe.
Dear CBS, NBC, ABC, Fox, and anyone else who broadcasts original TV programming,
As you may or may not already know, the town of Twin Peaks, Washington, is going to be revisited in 2016 with a nine-episode mini season on Showtime. According to Wikipedia, all episodes are being written by series co-creators David Lynch and Mark Frost and several of the stars of the original series are expected to return including Kyle MacLachlan as FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper.
It's kinda hard to think about much else when you've got a home renovation project at the forefront of your mind. And that's exactly what Katie and I have going on. Later this week, we start tearing up our kitchen and living room and putting in a laminate floor in place of the living room carpet and kitchen linoleum.
No, it's not!
I realize that this is coming the night before, but since tomorrow is Story Sunday, it seemed okay to use this post to wish you and yours a happy and safe Easter.
If only my March month in review fell a couple days later, I just finished the other two books I was reading.
When I was an early teenager, I was kinda obsessed with Rick Baker. Never heard of him? For shame! Actually, it might be a bit understandable, I suppose. But, still, for shame!!!!
It's no joke, people! Time for my 2015 Goals monthly recap. Where is the year going??