So I got into the car the other day with 8 hours of driving ahead of me. I was heading off to my nephew’s house to see his new baby and then going on to Washington DC the next day for my daughter’s volleyball tournament. I am a good long distance driver. When MapQuest says
When you reach middle-age, it’s a lot tougher to make new friends. In fact, a recent episode of Modern Family depicts Phil getting really excited to finally make friends with the husband of the couple that has lived next door for years. It’s no coincidence that he’s in his son’s tree house at the time,
Here’s a link to a 2009 music video awards video created by Andy Sandberg. Enjoy.
I made a bonfire the other day. There had been a series of storms that had made it through our neighborhood over the past year and I had my boys pile up all the fallen branches into a huge pile. My oldest made a nice starter tower and my other son made another pile right
Each summer, my son and I have a general theme. Nothing big, just something to give our time a little educational direction. For example, one summer was Warrior Summer. We picked Friday night movies based on knights in shining armor or kung fu masters or samurais. Books from the library had some sort of warrior
My kid has a lot of friends in the Boy Scouts. (For some reason, he hasn’t been interested in joining.) One thing the scouts are doing right now is getting pocket-knives. They are doing their whittling chit, merit badge thing. And it seems like I got my first pocket-knife around the same age. So, it’s
We hit 100 blogs Wednesday. We are as shocked as anyone. What started as a lark, really an excuse for Matt W and me to talk often and BS about our lives without our wives complaining, “We should be more productive.” Well, how about 100 blogs. That’s pretty damned productive. We have enjoyed the evolution
I’ve never scene this show but somehow it knows what we’re thinking. Enjoy the clip.
My wife, my son, and I were in the kitchen and my wife makes a general comment about something. I correct her, and she reiterates that what she said was correct. I change the subject. Well now, my son is standing on the other side of the room chuckling. My wife asks what’s up and