There is a lot of seriousness going on. For the last several years I have watched the amazing career of Carla Ulbrich who said “It’s okay to laugh!” Continue reading
I have been wandering the “lost highway” of sorts in recent weeks.
Life has been in a massive transition – chief of which has been my wife and I moved and staying with family before the next big step. My “rent payin'” job came to an end and I immediately began a new summer job.
These have taken up a great deal of my time and have prevented me from posting here and on The Sherlock Conversations.
I hope to be posting there again very soon. Continue reading
Alexandra Eshenbaugh is an old friend from way back in the day (ie. before we were 29). I remember sitting across from her in a room testing for the same school (we were both 10). I accidentally kicked her while singing the theme to the old “GI JOE” cartoon. By God’s good grace we ended up in the same school and even the same carpool! Continue reading
I had the privilege of interviewing this amazing band over at the Runnin’ Down the Dream site!
Six to Eight Mathematics is a local band and they will be headlining at an event in Clifton, NJ on June 24!
Check out the interview here!
I had not realized I had this older blog. I am keeping it because it detailed some of my work from about 2009 until about 2011 0r 2012 or so…
The good people at “Steppin’ Out” magazine allowed me to write a guest column about the Sherlock Conversations! Continue reading