Holiday traffic is the worst. Really it is. I decided to do some shopping at lunch today since my wife worked from home today. I had the displeasure of dealing with too many people at Academy Sports. On top of that, the cashier neglected to ring up an item that I
It’s really quite amazing that I haven’t written about my beloved football team. Having been a New Orleans Saints fan since I was able to speak, I find myself wondering, “what has taken me so long…?” Friends of mine know that I follow professional football somewhat extensively. Many would even
Most of my friends can tell you that I seldom participate in discussions revolving around religion or politics. In fact, I’ve been known to either completely clam up or just walk away to avoid talking about it. Some people tend to get really offended when they learn that you don’t
Tomorrow is the day when Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen hits the stores on DVD. I’ve been as giddy as a schoolgirl when I heard it was coming out so soon. So giddy in fact that I’ve planned my whole day around it. Now, I know it was harshly criticized
Saying that I’ve been busy lately would be a complete understatement. Since I embarked upon the trip to my old hometown (New Orleans) for my 20 year high school reunion, I managed to return to the office following that weekend to discover a plethora of work that required my attention.
Ok, I know I’m a couple of days late on getting this one out there, but I wanted to say it anyway. Happy Birthday Marvel Comics. On August 11, 2009, Marvel Comics celebrated its 70th birthday. That’s a long time to be making comic books. As a big fan of
At what point did party invitations become something to stress out about? Seriously. Trace’s 9th birthday is coming up, and he’s decided that he wants to have his party at Laser Tag of Baton Rouge. I like this idea because quite frankly, they do everything. The kids are entertained, the
This past weekend, East Jefferson High School’s Class of 1989 had its 20 year reunion. I’m still in awe by that, but anyway, I have to say that I had a wonderful time… As my wife and I were heading into town, we stopped off at the Esplanade Mall to
I graduated from East Jefferson High School at the young age of 17. I have one of those late occurring birthdays (November) which allowed me to see the majority of my classmates turn 18 before graduation. Anyway, I remember thinking back then how time seemed to flow so slowly.
Facebook has become among many things, my own personal time machine. The only problem however is that I haven’t been able to find that Read-Only override setting. I’m hoping that I don’t have to explain that sentence above. I’m sure that my readers are just bursting with the knowledge and