It would appear that Matt is building his own little #MiniMoviePosterMonday empire. Two weeks in a row including last week’s challenge photo.
This just got interesting. As I told you yesterday, I completely forgot to go in for Record Store Day yesterday.
I completely forgot today was Record Store Day. The one when they were gonna sell that Mötley Crüe set I wanted. Dammit.
Our home internet connection is wonky right now. Normally when you hear that, you expect intermittent connectivity, right? Sometimes it’s up, sometimes it’s down.
The news came down the pipeline today that the victim of a recent cyberattack paid more than US$10M to liberate their computer network from the ransomware attack they experienced last week.
Apparently, there is a long-rumored lost video Van Halen recorded back in 1981 for the song “So This Is Love.” It was done also to promote a concert or venue or whatever. It became known as the “dinosaur video.”
Unfortunately, no one got last week’s #MiniMoviePosterMonday. I blame Red Skull for being such a subtle element in this poster for Captain America: The First Avenger.
Upon going to our community pool today, I realized that I don’t have nearly enough ink to fit in with the other parents of kids Nathan’s age. My lord, there’s barely any blank space on these peoples’ bodies!
In our most grandiose attempt at reintegrating ourselves into a world still being ravaged by COVID-19, the three of us went to a minor league baseball game tonight. And it was Harry Potter Night, too!
We did something today that we haven’t done in two years… we booked a vacation! And one that involves air travel! That’s something we haven’t done in just shy of 10 years.
I don’t remember if it was the first, second, or third edition of it, but today marks the 15th anniversary of Davecago, when a bunch of bloggers got together in Chicago to hang with Dave 2.
I dunno if y’all have noticed but I’ve been dropping a few hints here and there about a change in how things are happening around here.
It's a new dawn... It's a new day... It's a new life... For me... And I'm feeling good... I'm feeling good.
While I thank Mr. Bublé for the lyrics and I have yet to expound upon the meaning of those lyrics, let's first recap last month's goals.
Okay, so last week’s #MiniMoviePosterMonday wasn’t without a little hiccup. As I stated, I wanted to end Christa’s winning streak, which was at three.
Yeah, so I kinda knocked it outta the park in May with my reading. Dangerously so. I jacked the bar so high that I’ll never be able to keep pace in June.
Over the last half year, we’ve gotten new neighbors on both sides of us and, while we’ve met them, our time spent with them has been zero otherwise. They’ve all been rather hermit-like.
Got some more random goodness from YouTube for y’all today. Settle in and make sure your band is broad!
How many times has it happened to you that you’ve heard rave reviews, be they of music or TV shows or movies or books, and you just kept hearing more and more to the point where, when you finally get around to experiencing it yourself, it just sucks rocks?
Has anyone else on Instagram ever had it happen where they take all kinds of time composing a photo to post, then you post some random repost or screen capture that takes zero effort, and what do you think happens? The crap repost gets more likes than the shot I actually cared about. Without fail. Only me?
For the last several weeks, I’ve been making it a point to go out nearly daily for walks or bike rides.
Christa is on a roll with #MiniMoviePosterMonday. Three in a row including last week’s.
There was a time when we could get dozens of photos of Nathan in a single session. Then he started moving and didn’t stop. Or, if he does stop, he doesn’t give us a photo friendly face.
Has anyone else noticed that you can no longer actually take photos within the Instagram app anymore?
Last year, as part of my reading goal, I read volume 1 of a graphic novel series called Sweet Tooth written and drawn by my comic hero Jeff Lemire.
I was scrolling through my Photos app and found this little gem of Nathan on one of my last days at work with the City of Naperville in 2017.
Sometimes after reading a book, I’m not always immediately compelled to write a review on Goodreads. In some cases, it’s because I’m in a rush and just don’t have the time. In others, it’s because I need to consider the book a bit more before offering up my thoughts on it.
I’ve been aware of Kombucha tea and have wanted to try it for some time. However, because of the price of individual bottles and a lack of desire to buy a large pack of them, I held off actually doing it.
Christa B. got last week’s #MiniMoviePosterMonday with Inglourious Basterds. Great film. I love it insanely.
This kid beat leukemia at age six and was able to return to school. Once there, he was greeted with a standing ovation of class and schoolmates. If you can't see the embed below, check it out on Reddit.
Today is World Whisky Day. And I missed it.
Y’know what? I don’t care what the CDC says, I’m still wearing a mask in public for the foreseeable future. I know Katie and Nathan agree as well.
I was flipping through old Instagram images and found this image from a book signing with Erik Larson, the author of Devil and the White City.
Kim posted today about her unused sticker collection asking what others do with stickers they may have laying around. I responded in her comments, but also mentioned that I'd post photos of how I use them. So here goes...
Hey, I've got a couple questions for you all that I'm seeking insight on. While they are parenting related, it's kinda tangential and, honestly, they can be answered by anyone. So take a look and leave a reply in the comments.
For a second week, although this time husband-less, Christa (@toosneezy on IG) identified the #MiniMoviePosterMonday challenge photo correctly. This time, it was Hot Fuzz, a movie I have not seen in far too long. Time to remedy that.