In order to avoid doing a "New Year" post or reflecting any further on 2010, I thought I would give a quick guitar update. Let me introduce you all to my Christmas present...perfectly named by "the boy"...Charlotte. About 6 weeks ago, I told you all that I went on a shopping trip with my friend
Got an email tonight that they put together a video for the Charlotte 1/2 Marathon (Full and 5K too) from this past weekend. While we must have ended up on the cutting room floor somewhere, this will give you all an idea of what it was like. I literally loved every minute of this one. Something
Funny how this happens. It's been well documented here, but in September of 2008, we sold our house and were headed to Charlotte, North Carolina. In what would be a whirlwind weekend, we picked the kids up from school on Friday and headed south to Charlotte to find a home. After a marathon session of
You will need to forgive me this week as I am looking ahead to the weekend. It sounds crazy, but there is something about the city of Charlotte that just gets in my blood. While I've never spent more than a few days there at a time, some part of me feels like it's "home".
I've said it before but I officially left "Raider Nation" this summer in favor of the Carolina Panthers. Much of this decision is due to my hope that they will one day be my hometown team. Much to my surprise, my Panthers (see how quickly they became "my") are in the playoffs and favored by
In March of this year, we began a journey that took a BIG turn yesterday. Huge. In reviewing that post tonight. I recalled quoting the lyrics of John Waller when he sang: "Something so big, it's destined to fail without you Lord" Friends, readers and those that may be visiting for the first time,