For most of my 20’s, I was hell-bent on becoming successful. My then 20-something brain thought that being successful meant having a ton of money in the bank, and worked tirelessly to accomplish that
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I first started writing on the internet when I was 12 years-old, and quickly became an avid member of the now-extinct Xanga community.
Ever since I can remember, I’ve dreamed of writing a book. In 2021, I did it; publishing “Dear Atlas: It’s me; your Dad.” which is now available on Amazon.com for purchase.
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One of my favorite movies is Minority Report, featuring Tom Cruise. In the film, we watch as the main character fights an internal battle between performing his job, and fighting his internal demons; heartbreak,
Last week, I got a phone call from a good friend of mine; Michael Jackson. The Michael Jackson, not the pedophile, mind you. Side note: It amazes me that our cancel culture is very
Earlier this week, I was at a park with Atlas. As he played in the playground, I noticed a woman carrying an orange balloon while she walked up one of the paths. Early in
If you’ve read my blog for a while – or spoken to me – you’ve likely heard me tell the story about the ice cream cone and the sundae, as first told to me
“Make the most of your time – for the days are evil” Lately, there’s been a divisive topic filling the media, and it seems to command the attention of a lot of people in
Earlier this year, I noticed something strange at a local mechanic shop in Lewisville. Normally, the shop has a sign in the front of the building that says “NEED AUTO TECH” in an effort
When I was a little boy, I remember watching The Chronicles of Narnia and being absolutely terrified of two of the characters in the film. To this day, I don’t even like to think about them,
Hi David, Me again. You seemed to be OK sending an email to millions of people – so, I figured it’d be nice to send one myself, as somebody who believes in democracy
Note from Aaron: If profanity offends you, then this probably isn’t a blog you should read. Or, it might be exactly the blog you need to read. In most cases, I like to use asterisks to