Category Archives: months

Summer 2021

There are no words to express how much I love summer. And by love, I mean hate. It’s just that hate is a bad word around here and I avoid using the sucker. It’s such a harsh word, packed with

Summer 2021

There are no words to express how much I love summer. And by love, I mean hate. It’s just that hate is a bad word around here and I avoid using the sucker. It’s such a harsh word, packed with

May 2021

This was forever ago. I made this post back in June but never went back and did anything with the sucker. That said, here’s May. Months later. Museum of Flight Blaise date! Blaise is all about WW2 so Brian took

May 2021

This was forever ago. I made this post back in June but never went back and did anything with the sucker. That said, here’s May. Months later. Museum of Flight Blaise date! Blaise is all about WW2 so Brian took

April 2021

April gets a thumbs up. It was a productive month. And the weather was… nice. I say that begrudgingly. It’s no secret that I’m not a fan of sunshine and clear skies. It makes me moody (I should be ashamed

April 2021

April gets a thumbs up. It was a productive month. And the weather was… nice. I say that begrudgingly. It’s no secret that I’m not a fan of sunshine and clear skies. It makes me moody (I should be ashamed

March 2021

The things you worry about never happen. This is what my mom always says. Which probably explains why I haven’t died from Covid. Hahaha. Man, what a year. Reflecting back to last March, when life shut down. We really embraced

March 2021

The things you worry about never happen. This is what my mom always says. Which probably explains why I haven’t died from Covid. Hahaha. Man, what a year. Reflecting back to last March, when life shut down. We really embraced

February 2021

It’s that time of year when I crave change. Everything holidays and the fresh start of the new year are long gone. And I’ve already planned this year as much as I can given that whole pandemic thing still going

February 2021

It’s that time of year when I crave change. Everything holidays and the fresh start of the new year are long gone. And I’ve already planned this year as much as I can given that whole pandemic thing still going

Decembuary 20 | 21

This is going to be loooong. Not only because it’s two months in one post. But because I know me. And I’m in a rambling mood. This is an outlet for me; an escape. Or es-cah-pay, one of the few

Decembuary 20 | 21

This is going to be loooong. Not only because it’s two months in one post. But because I know me. And I’m in a rambling mood. This is an outlet for me; an escape. Or es-cah-pay, one of the few

November Twenty Twenty

Talk about an uneventful month. Like super uneventful. I’ve been dragging my feet even getting around to posting about November because there’s nothing major to note. There was Thanksgiving. That was something. And Martha… she was the highlight of the

November Twenty Twenty

Talk about an uneventful month. Like super uneventful. I’ve been dragging my feet even getting around to posting about November because there’s nothing major to note. There was Thanksgiving. That was something. And Martha… she was the highlight of the

October Twenty Twenty

If we ever make it 2021, I think I’m going to switch it up and stop spelling out the year on these posts. January Twenty Twenty-One is awfully long. And I’ve yet to accept seeing Twenty twice, even 10 months

October Twenty Twenty

If we ever make it 2021, I think I’m going to switch it up and stop spelling out the year on these posts. January Twenty Twenty-One is awfully long. And I’ve yet to accept seeing Twenty twice, even 10 months

September Twenty Twenty

September is usually my favorite month. Except 2020. I went on and on about why September was awful. Four paragraphs worth. But then I deleted it all. No sense focusing on the negative. Instead, it’s early October—already a waaay better

September Twenty Twenty

September is usually my favorite month. Except 2020. I went on and on about why September was awful. Four paragraphs worth. But then I deleted it all. No sense focusing on the negative. Instead, it’s early October—already a waaay better

August Twenty Twenty

Music during the day is a must. Even as a young kid, I remember having an ’80s boombox, listening to music in my room. And then came the boomboxes with the tape deck that would automatically reverse, amazing. Then there

August Twenty Twenty

Music during the day is a must. Even as a young kid, I remember having an ’80s boombox, listening to music in my room. And then came the boomboxes with the tape deck that would automatically reverse, amazing. Then there