April 2016

Sweet Child O' Mine and Shady Grove

This morning on my way to work the boredom of another commute was made a little better when I lucked into a string of 80’s songs I love but hadn’t heard in awhile. The highlight of that playlist was none other than the Guns N’ Roses song Sweet Child O’ Mine.   On it’s own the song stands by […]

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What we’re gonna do right here is go back. Way back. Back into time. Back to doing a restaurant review. This past Saturday Deana and I had a lot of things to get done in the Towson/Cockeysville area and were looking for a good breakfast spot to fill our bellies before we got started. I’ve been an […]

I may not sleep much tonight. You know those goals I laid out last week? Today we took a major step towards completing one of them. I’ll share more when I can share more (I probably can share now I’m just weird and don’t wan to jinx anything), but I’ve felt all kinds of emotions today. […]

Today was a good day. It was one of those rare days that was both relaxing and productive. We woke up early, hopped in the car and headed towards Towson to try out a new restaurant called Truffle Butta Bistro for breakfast. It was quite tasty so be on the lookout for a little more on […]

Early 2016 Pittsburgh Steelers Predictions

The NFL released the schedules for all 32 teams recently but we all know there’s only one team’s season that actually matters. That’s why I’m going to bust out my early predictions for the Pittsburgh Steelers 2016 season. My predictions will be limited to a simple W/L and maybe a little blurb about the matchup. I […]

Over the past few months I’ve found myself reading biographies on people that lived well before modern times. One of the things that struck me as particularly interesting was the way writers went about gathering information on their subjects. There were no TV interviews to watch, no documents left behind on the internet, and no living relatives […]

It's Sad to See Kobe Go

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Kobe Bryant officially reached retirement last night. And right before that he dropped 60 points on the Jazz. Not a bad way to go out. I didn’t stay up for the second half, but I did tune in for the early part of the game looking for one last chance to see him on the court. And while I […]

How Did I Know I Was Depressed?

About a year and half ago I started a totally different blog with the intent of writing about my trails and tribulations with depression. There was one post written on the topic and absolutely nothing to follow. I felt bad about leaving it hanging there, but I just didn’t have it in me to go back and revisit […]

Over the past few months I’ve found myself reading biographies on people that lived well before modern times. One of the things that struck me as particularly interesting was the way writers went about gathering information on their subjects. There were no TV interviews to watch, no documents left behind on the internet, and no living relatives […]