When It Pours

When it pours

You wake up with stiffness in your aging back. The kids refuse to move as fast as you’d like, which is now making you late for work. You hurry to your car only to hear that dreaded sound, ‘click … click’. In a matter of minutes, your hopeful morning feels as though it is falling apart before your very eyes.

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Thirty One

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As I reflect on my year of being 31 and look ahead to 32, allow me to pay respect to my favorite number 31 of all time, Reggie Miller.

Much of my childhood was spent in Indianapolis during the 1990’s. During that time, the Indiana Pacers enjoyed a run of success that was highlighted by their central figure, Reggie Miller.

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Monkey Business

During Memorial Day weekend, my family took a not-so-planned trip to the Louisville Zoo. We had been wanting to take out two year old son, Noah, for a while now. But, we wanted to wait as long as we could to make sure he was old enough to enjoy it. It was a rousing success.

The orangutan was one if the first exhibits that we walked through. As you can see, Noah was mesmerized. So was the orangutan. Of course, true to Noah’s love for Curious George, Noah promptly referred to him as “George!?”.