I flirted with sleep last night. Balancing the weight of my eyelids with the desire to finish whatever show it was we had playing on TV.
Me & Mine 2020-24
It’s certainly been an interesting week, hasn’t it? That’s not to take away from the previous couple of months, of course. But this week marks the official declaration of COVID-19 as a pandemic worldwide and a national emergency in the United States.
I finished a book!
An actual, physical, non-audio, non-graphic-novel book!
Man, them Girl Scouts are ruthless, aren’t they?
Nathan had a day off yesterday. So Katie took him to the local library. They got a bunch of books, movies, and Switch games for him to enjoy.
Remember how I said I hit a wall with reading last year and it persisted through last month with me only getting one book read to start the year? Well, here’s the visual proof of that wall (at least in terms of audiobooks)...
A couple days ago, a guy I know posted his 10 Movies to Know Me. In other words, these movies are so vital to him personally that understanding him requires an intimate knowledge of these films.
This morning, I backed out of my garage to go to work and saw that my neighbors’ garage door was open with no cars present.
For Christmas this past year, I asked for a Hartford Whalers hat. I've been a Whalers fan for much of my life. They are the very first professional sports team I ever truly loved. I cried when they moved to Carolina and ceased to exist.
This morning before I started work, I went for a walk around the neighborhood. I knew it wouldn't be a long walk because it was really cold and it had snowed overnight, but I wanted to get some motion in before I spent the rest of the day sitting in front of my laptop.
I work in an office full of diverse people who live a variety of lifestyles. Especially when it comes to diets.
Oh, thank God it’s...
I first ate at a Chipotle restaurant in 2004 while on a business trip in a Washington, DC. I was in love.
Sometimes, vacation just sucks. And, no, I don’t mean (just) the obvious “when it comes to an end” bit.