I just had a sleeve of Ritz crackers for dinner.
Monthly Archives: March 2013
Most people protect their NCAA brackets like they’re gold. This probably has a little bit to do with the fact that they think they’ve found the perfect combination and don’t want to share it. Mostly, it’s just that it’s such an inexact science, and it’s so easy to end up looking silly if you make …
In the military, when you live away from your family for a significant amount of time, they call you a geo-bachelor (the geo is short for geographical…I think). Basically, you are a married man who is suddenly forced to play the bachelor game again except without the dating part (which is a huge relief to …
Good morning. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)
I was just browsing the “rock chalk” tag here on Tumblr and came across your Non-Sports Fan Guide to the NCAA tournament. Basically it’s my favorite post ever at the moment and I’ll be sharing it with everyone…ever. You’re most definitely leading the stray people the way they should be going. Keep up the good work. ROCK CHALK! :)
Thank you very much. Rock Chalk Jayhawk! Seriously, though. If you have absolutely no vested interest in the upcoming NCAA Basketball Tournament, watch the Kansas Jayhawks. You’ll never see a group of college kids having more fun playing the game of basketball than them.
Tough Days, but an Awesome Family If you have the opportunity, please check out this post from my wife’s blog. It’s a pretty awesome example about how difficult it is to be a military family, but how well that family takes care of each other when it needs to. Thanks.
Sports have always been a huge part of my life. It’s the way I grew up. I’m a sports fan in the same way that I’m an American. It’s just a part of who I am. Throughout my travels, however, I’ve realized that’s not the case for everyone. Other people had fathers who would actually …
As the times move along, the ships have to get smarter. Introducing the Littoral Combat Ship. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)
Here’s a little flashback. This is the ship that my father served on during his 3 years in the Navy. It’s the USS King (DLG 10).
Here’s a quick video of the USS FREEDOM (LCS 1) firing her MK-110 57 mm gun.