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What Do You Mean Santa’s Not Real!?!?!

December 10, 2010

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I remember when I could barely sleep. Every night approaching Christmas was difficult. My mind did not waiver from the fact that presents would soon be waiting for me to play with them. And then the longest night of the whole year——–Christmas Eve. The night I practically slept with my eyes open. The night I […]

Auto-Rant: Things I Love To Hate

December 8, 2010

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These are the things I love to hate related to driving: 1. Tiny cars in a parking space that you think is empty. Ever went flying down a row of occupied parking spaces with your eye on this parking space in the distance? In your heart it’s like water in the desert. Then you reach […]

Social(ed) Out

November 15, 2010

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I am social(ed) out. I am up to my eyeballs in social networking. Of course by writing this article I’m negating the simple fact that I’m tired of the whole social networking scene. Within the past month or so I’ve been mentally sparring with myself over gracefully bowing out of social networks. I think it’s […]

I Have A Pet Frog….(sorta)

October 15, 2010

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    About a month ago as I pulled into my garage I saw a green tree frog sitting on the handle of my lawn mower. I immediately knew this would be a creature my wife would not appreciate. Yet, despite knowing her feelings I decided to let the lil guy be. The next day […]

Child—Where’s Your Instruction Manual?

October 14, 2010

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Who in the world thought it was a good idea to give two grown adults who “think” they have it all together a child!?! Okay, that’s a rhetorical question. Worst part is the child did not come with an instruction manual. Not a single direction. Return address, in case we think we put our order […]

Steering Your Children In The Right Direction

October 11, 2010

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I am the proud owner of an 8 month old ball of energy with the determination of a runaway locomotive. Every afternoon I come home and sit down in my living room with my 8 month old son. And every afternoon he crawls directly to the coffee table, pulls himself up, & at least once […]

Real Men Take Out Trash

October 4, 2010

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When I met the woman of my life (now my wife) in 2002 she lived on the 2nd floor of an apartment building. I noticed several things about her immediately and other things took more time. The more immediate things I noticed was that she was beautiful, joyous, & strong. Not strong like her character, […]