I’ve had several people ask me how it is that I’m affording four months of travel. And really, I shouldn’t be surprised because, a year ago, I was asking the same question. But now, with a dream I’ve had for so long actually coming into being, I’m surprised. I wish it were as simple as…… Continue reading the beginning
It’s time to seize the day. To stop sitting around, waiting for life to hand me the good stuff. To stop expecting that if I just do what I think I’m supposed to do, because society has told me so, that I’ll get where I want. Happiness is what we create it to be, what…… Continue reading Carpe Diem, Right?
I walked into Trinity Church in NYC, not planning to spend much time, fully intending to spend only a few minutes then find a way into the graveyard to say hello to the Hamilton’s and leave. That didn’t happen. Cathedrals are fascinating. Maybe because I grew up in a church group that didn’t have cathedrals. …… Continue reading To The Stars
I’ve been struggling a lot recently with deciding. Well I’ve struggled with it for a while, not just recently. There are things that I’m really good at making decisions for. At least when it comes to others. I’m good at being decisive and saying “HA yeah, no don’t be with that guy” and that type of…… Continue reading Deciding
I wish I could tell you what the secret is to eating alone. Quite frankly, I haven’t mastered the art after several years of doing it. Most likely due, in part, to the simple fact that when I do eat alone, I go to the run-of-the-mill fast food joints and avoid anything that seems to…… Continue reading Florentine Cafe and the Secret of Eating Alone
It didn’t make sense. At all. “Why is he declaring a state of emergency? It’s not even snowing!” “Being from California, this doesn’t make sense, even for me. Look, Stephen Amell is saying it’s not snowing.” “I’m going to check Facebook…” “You do that.” Amber and I sat in our hotel room, patiently waiting for…… Continue reading New York: Heroes and Villains Fan Fest