May (Please Don’t Say the Rest)

Ah, the month of May. The first week is so full of awful, ridiculous puns that I can’t stand to expose myself to any of them. And it was all the better reason for me to nix social media for the month and as a result, I’m blogging my thoughts. I mean, this isn’t the … Continue reading May (Please Don’t Say the Rest)

What Now?

In my last post, I casually mentioned that I didn’t want to enter my Golden Years a broken, hot mess. That seems ambitious but the reality of it is that both your body and Father Time have other plans. And they really don’t give a shit what you think. Let’s start with my rotator cuff … Continue reading What Now?

Making Changes

Yeah, I’m alive. Just haven’t had the gumption to blog since my last post in October. That’s not to say things have not been uneventful because they most definitely have, so let’s start. As far as my rotator cuff injury goes, it’s completely healed and no physical therapy was needed. I just followed my doctor’s … Continue reading Making Changes

What A Pain

We did lots of stupid things as kids. Like, a lot. But the good thing was that back in the days when Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter were in the Oval Office (during different terms of course), there was no social media and therefore no evidence of our childhood shenanigans and ignorance. In fact I … Continue reading What A Pain

Feels Like the First Time

Last night in what felt like the first time in forever, the kid and I ventured out to mingle with the masses in the most public way possible: at a baseball game. Surprisingly it wasn’t at Dodger Stadium as it usually is. This time, we drove those short 13 miles down to Anaheim Stadium to … Continue reading Feels Like the First Time