Monthly Archives: October 2018
I’ll admit my effort this year was minimal but I always have a cauldron if candy for the trick or treaters.
I try to donate platelets once a month. As a cancer survivor I believe it is the right thing for me to do. Every time I finish on my way out I allow myself three jelly beans. It’s my little … Continue reading
I feel like I’m being watched
I’m really looking forward to daylight savings time only to see the sunrises over the ocean again. It’s still nice coming up behind a refinery but not as nice as over the water.
Sammy likes to wait on the landing and wonder why you’re not coming down to feed her even though you just did 20 minutes ago.
This is a photo of the back of my eye taken during my annual exam this morning. I need to Photoshop the cursor out and frame this (to my wife’s dismay). I find it gorgeous to look at and apparently … Continue reading
If you’re in NYC and go to the American Museum of Natural History (which I highly recommend) make sure you go through the Butterfly Conservatory. It’s small and an additional charge but worth it.
Whenever I go to the Intrepid Sea Air and Space Museum I always have to visit the Enterprise. I was such a Space Shuttle nerd as a kid. I would watch every takeoff and landing and had a schematic poster … Continue reading
I’ve been working on a one-minute long video all week. There’s been re-shoots and additional recording sessions. I’ve designed a logo. I’ve tweaked every second of video and scrutinized every line of audio. Every day for around two hours a … Continue reading