Monthly Archives: December 2012



2017-02-03T02:25:25+00:00December 29th, 2012|

Growing up I was a huge fan of Charlie Brown. I couldn’t wait for the Peanut cartoons to come on during the holidays, and I would read the comic strip in the newspaper every Sunday morning. Snoopy the fearless dog that walked on two feet like a human, drank beer, and loved the ladies was [...]


2017-02-03T02:25:25+00:00December 25th, 2012|

It's exactly twenty four minutes into the day where the whole nation decides to love one another. Presents are exchanged, hugs are given, and for the next twenty four hours for the most part all is right in the world. When you drive to the store Christmas morning to get the batteries you forgot for [...]


2017-02-03T02:25:25+00:00December 22nd, 2012|

I want to set the record straight before I begin. I am not Tiger Woods. I have yet to play a whole game of golf without being completely distracted by racing the carts around the course. Golf to me is a lot like watching baseball, I just don’t do it. Because the golf course has [...]


2017-02-03T02:25:25+00:00December 15th, 2012|

America is in the middle of a debate. There are post about gun laws and the safety of our countries citizens. Less than twenty four hours ago a man decided to go into an elementary school and kill 26 people, 20 of them being children.  A friend text messaged me in the middle of the [...]


2017-02-03T02:25:25+00:00December 8th, 2012|

I’m not sure of the exact day but I do remember it was in elementary school when I first experienced magic. My friend Harold had somehow made a paper clip move around his desk without using his hands. As me and my classmates looked on in astonishment Harold just smiled at us like he was [...]


2017-02-03T02:25:25+00:00December 1st, 2012|

The purpose of the telescope is for us to see farther than our eyes can reach. It allows us to see what’s beyond our own human limitations. When it comes to our own personal telescopes, these limitations are usual self imposed. We don’t allow our telescope to see as far as it can. So what [...]