- 3rd Annual Broadcast/Real Weird Sisters Crossover!
- Christie Runs a Marathon
- The Broadcast Ep. 4.17 “Little Mermaid Madlibs”
- Halloween 2019!
- A Geocache Adventure with Dad & Zach!
- Leslie Odom Jr. in Raleigh!
- NCGeocachers’ Fall Fling 2019
- The Joker Isn’t a Joker After All (Movie Review)
- The Lizzo Concert!
- Geek. Dad. Life. Ep. 1 is Out!
Category Archives: Memories
Sometimes, a workweek can drag on forever. By Friday, Tuesday seems like it was weeks ago. Other times, you blink your eyes and wonder, “Man, when did it become May 2013? Did I miss January through April?” Today, it simultaneously … Continue reading
So here we are on New Years Eve 2012. Generally on New Years Eve, I try to do a post that sums up my past year [2008, 2009, 2010, 2011]. For the last several weeks, I have been struggling with … Continue reading
Thursday, July 12, was the first “official” day of Comic-Con. Jay & I headed to the Convention Center around 9am to walk around the Exhibit Hall floor. We managed to pretty much stay away from the insanity of the middle … Continue reading
It is insane to me that you’ve now been gone for the same amount of time that you were here. 5.17.98 “Nothing ever so common.” Tweet
[NOTE: This post got long. Like, over 3,000 words long. I did the page break thing towards the beginning, but I also split it into parts that will be set to go up over the next two or three days. … Continue reading
I can’t believe it’s been three years. Rest In Peace, my little puppy. <3 I miss you lots. Tweet
So here we are, at the end of 2011. I cannot believe how quickly this year flew by. Crap man. I got married this year! Damn. Anyway, keeping with my somewhat yearly tradition, here’s my “Year in Review” blog post, … Continue reading
So 2 things happened tonight. The first one was I was going through iTunes and decided to play for Jay some clips of one of my very favorite podcasts of all time, “Chicken Fried Radio.” They haven’t released a new … Continue reading
Today, May 23, 2011, is the one year anniversary of the end of the TV show that changed my life: Lost. Last year tonight, I saw in the Orpheum Theater in Los Angeles, California with Jay, Jack, their family, our … Continue reading