Atlanta Falcons @ Dallas Cowboys Our Epic Field Trip continued in Dallas. I had seen a Cowboys Bears game in Dallas before my son, and AT&T Stadium was born. I returned years later to see a mammoth building standing next to Suburbia. My son is a Falcons fan. First, he was a Patriots fan, then… Continue reading Sometimes There Are Blowouts
I have always loved movies. I got exposed to them at a young age. I remember my brother telling me how awesome it was to see Aliens and Die Hard. I was only 7. I assume my Mom and Dad fought about him showing my brother and me such violent movies at young ages, but… Continue reading Just Cover Your Eyes
Netflix might have stolen my thunder, but maybe they just educated millions on the concept. As a child, we would entertain ourselves by jumping from the couch to the fireplace to the bathroom covered in scratches while pretending that the floor was lava. When you lose, you lose everything. The Pitch Make smart floors. Floors… Continue reading The Floor is Lava
We altered our original plans of visiting the West Coast football teams. We made it to Las Vegas and Los Angeles in week 1, but San Francisco, Seattle, and Arizona remained. So we decided to fly out for a Sunday night San Francisco game, Monday night Seattle game, and a Thursday night Cardinals game. Indianapolis… Continue reading West Coast. Wet Coast.
October 30, 2020, marks my 2000 day of running at least 6 miles. I run slower than before. At the start of 2021, I started to improve my flexibility. Unfortunately, that stretching turned into a damaged right hamstring and left oblique. For the next seven months, I could not comfortably push myself. I was seeing… Continue reading Happy Halloween. I’ve Run 2000 Days in a Row.