Dia de San Patricio

On this St. Patrick's Day Eve, I'd like to express my gratitude to this country... no, this country's people. Right now I'm pissed at this country, and about 63 million of its inhabitants. However so many of its people make every day an amazing one, especially days like tomorrow. Every St. Patrick's day I dress … Continue reading Dia de San Patricio

Time, The Death of Princess Leia, and my Wife’s 40th Birthday Party.

Once, a little over a  year ago, I wrote on this blog about how I was going to change. About how it was going to be different this time. I was going to be a better man, a better father, a better role model because I wanted to be around for my grandchildren and a … Continue reading Time, The Death of Princess Leia, and my Wife’s 40th Birthday Party.

A Wonderful and Terrifying Reality of Being a Teacher, and Why I Can’t Quit Now.

Originally this post was going to be all about teaching, and about a student who stood for all students, and how we, as teachers, can affect a life. But then life happened, as it does, and I put it off. Now, the election happened, and I must do something about how I feel or I … Continue reading A Wonderful and Terrifying Reality of Being a Teacher, and Why I Can’t Quit Now.

Bozeman, Part 2 – Bear Spray and Salmon Sandwiches

I told you there would be more. First, I cannot stress how much the idea of something eating me alive bothers me. And not just in the logical “Something is killing me, I must live” basic response to that idea; it’s one of the legit fears that I have. I’ve had nightmares of being consumed by something, … Continue reading Bozeman, Part 2 – Bear Spray and Salmon Sandwiches

Bozeman, Montana: Part 1 – A Study of Beautiful Inconsistencies

Let me start by saying I've only been in Bozeman for a day, yet I'm already in love with it. No I'm not working for Bozeman Tourism or trying to sell something, I just like this place. It's a funky little city with a quaint small town feel. On the outskirts of the city there are all … Continue reading Bozeman, Montana: Part 1 – A Study of Beautiful Inconsistencies