His Name Was Prince

And he was funky. And rest assured that my Facebook friends are probably…well, most definitely tired of my posts about the man and his music which is why I’m here to expand my thoughts just a little bit more. First off, I find it hard to believe that he’s gone. I was at work doing … Continue reading His Name Was Prince

The Lost Art of the Mixtape

I never know why I mention this or what kind of importance it has but I'd like to say that I'm composing this post from my phone via the WordPress app. I think it's because there are photos on my phone I want to use and reclining in the lounge chair is much more comfortable … Continue reading The Lost Art of the Mixtape

Blogging 365, Day 12: Adventures in Thrift Shopping

It’s been bone-chillingly cold around here lately at least by California standards. In fact, tonight is supposed to be one of the coldest nights we’ve had for some time that could break records. I’ve been using my sleeping bag – tested for up to 24 degrees – as my blanket as of late and it’s … Continue reading Blogging 365, Day 12: Adventures in Thrift Shopping

Awesome ’80s 5k Run

Another month, another 5k in the books! I ran the inaugural Awesome ‘80s Run on Saturday in beautiful Pasadena, California or more to the point, the Rose Bowl loop. I had contemplated long and hard about doing this one or the Conquer the Bridge event since I’m not exactly made of money and must choose … Continue reading Awesome ’80s 5k Run

Proof that YouTube Has Everything

Wow, what an amazingly horrible picture that is. But alas, it is part of my history and a reminder of those two years when I worked at Knott’s Berry Farm, America’s Oldest Themed Amusement Park (or so the recording outside the ticket booths spewed every two minutes). Even though it was a part-time job, I … Continue reading Proof that YouTube Has Everything