When the University of Kentucky mens basketball team rose to prominence in the nineteen-forties and fifties, the state itself was known for many things, most of them not good. We were often ranked in the bottom three states when it came to education and per capita income. We were always near the top in "consumption" … Continue reading Thoughts of a Grieving Fan
If you want to know the moment you become an adult, I believe it's when time starts to speed up. Perhaps it’s as simple as our days are filled with inconsequential things like picking up milk at the store, remembering to get the kids to softball practice by six or any of a dozen other … Continue reading Merry Christmas
Happy Thanksgiving to all my family and friends. May your day be blessed with joy and safety,.
My Christmas tree has a remote control. The tree we've used for years finally gave up the ghost (Ebenezer Scrooge pun intended) forcing me to head out and find a new one. When I shopped last year, I went too late and all the good trees had sold out. This year I shopped early and … Continue reading My Christmas Tree Has a Remote
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HSzx-zryEgM If you want to know if you will like Dr. Strange, here is the question you need to ask yourself: Did you like Inception, the movie from director extraordinare Chris Nolan. If the answer is yes, then you will like Dr. Strange, the newest in the Marvel Studios franchise. If you answered no, them … Continue reading Dr. Strange Review
I enjoyed my time in Knoxville at the Fanboy Expo. I hope to visit for the next one in the summer. Thanks to Jessica and Michael Sherwood for putting up with me all weekend.And of course the final day of cosplay.
Anyone who knows me knows I make friends easy. Always have. But what's making Fanboy a true pleasure is getting to be next to the table of Jessica and Michael Sherwood. Not only is Jessica a talented author, she is also a blast to carry on a conversation. Today we discussed everything from religion to … Continue reading Fanboy Expo Day 2