I have always had high endurance for walking. I was a bartender for years, that is a lot of just being on your feet for many hours at a time!
My wife and I go back and forth constantly about how much screen time we are allowing they boys to have.
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I hope everyone had a happy holiday season! The winter season is my wife’s “busy” at her work, so it is long hours for us all! She will leave when it’s dark in the morning and come home when it’s dark at night.
Over the last few years I have become more and more aware of how important it is to be wearing comfortable. Continue reading
I wasn’t excited to go to a 3D movie for a few reasons, such as, I didn’t want to wear the glasses and I didn’t think my boys would wear those glasses for the whole movie.
I think growing an imagination is just as important as anything else we learn in life.
Well sort of… My oldest son’s favorite holiday is Halloween – yup it even beat Christmas!
My son loves to tell us that he talks with his ghost friends often – it does spook my wife at times, but we had a ghost friend when I was growing up too.
I just got back from Dad Summit 2.0. For the 3rd time it has blown my mind. I was honored to be a small part of the discussion this year. I was one of the speakers during the breakout sessions discussing image editing. I consider myself a professional amateur at on the fly phone editing.