Tuesday, September 2, 2008
Lola is the most wonderful think that has ever happened to me. She is so precious and beautiful and full of life. It feels great to be a dad and I can't wait to help this little girl grow up into a woman. Thank you to all of my friends and family for your support and friendship. My life will never be the same and I am so happy about it.
Sunday, August 17, 2008
Today I turn twenty four years old. I have so many things to be happy for. I have a beautiful wife who loves me, and a beautiful child due in two weeks. What more could a man ask for? I love my life and everything in it. I hope that nothing changes and I can be this happy forever.
Friday, August 15, 2008
I am at break at work right now and I have been here since 3.00am this morning. I had an energy drink when I got here and now that I am sitting I am falling asleep. I have about five more hours to go and I may not make it. This typing is the only thing keeping me awake, so when I stop writing at the end of this sentence I may just fall asleep. Wish me luck.
Saturday, April 5, 2008
Last night I went to a concert at the Avalon in Salt Lake. I was very excited to see a band called Far-Less. I got to the show about ten minutes late and somehow they had already played. I was and still am very angry about this; I mean who starts a show early anyways? It was the first time I have ever been to a concert that started on time. Damn you Avalon, damn you to hell. Also, I had to sit threw two really terrible bands who insisted on telling everyone to go to their myspace in between every song. Damn them to hell too! I love you all.
Wednesday, March 19, 2008
This Summer is going to awesome, it will be awesome because The Dark Knight is coming to theater's. It is a shame that Heath Ledger won't be alive to see it premiere. He truly was an amazing actor. Daniel Day Lewis was correct when he said that Heath's performance in Brokeback Mountain is as good as it gets. R.I.P. Heath.
Just another notch on the old win belt last night for the Celtics. I remember hearing at the beginning of the year, "We will see how Boston does against the western conference." Well the season is 3/4's over and Boston is 21-4 against the west. How do you like them apples nay-sayers!
Monday, March 17, 2008
Saturday, March 15, 2008
When wil it end? This current trend of showing people in their everyday lives on television. Oh wait, is it really reality when you pick seven strangers to live in a mansion and watch them supposedly fight with each other. These shows like The Real World and Big Brother are not reality, a producers job on a reality show is to find out information that could cause controversy and then they exploit it by setting up an argument for the whole world to see. These shows are genetically produced; as one show fails there are five more ready to be put on the air. How can these networks think they have us fooled into thinking these shows are real? Oh ya because people fall for it. These programs are given the green light to continue airing so the people watching them forget about the real problems in the world; problems like the war in Iraq or the fact that our economy is going under. Maybe if we stopped watching so much lame TV and started worrying about the real problems in this country we may be able to solve some issues we currently face. Until then I guess it's back to the drawing board to create some new way to offer people a million dollars to exploit themselves on national TV. The next time you sit down to watch the newest episode of The Fake World, just remember that their are millions of better things you could be spending your time doing.