i wrote part one of this travel log back on April 17. The plan was to write part 2 here when I got home a couple of days later. Two jobs and decent weather for spring sports had other ideas. … Continue reading I Saw Miles Of Texas, Pt. 2.
Based on Neil Gaiman’s graphic novel series by the same name, this is an audiobook performance of the story of Morpheus, the dream king of the DC world. And it is a performance, not a reading. The Sandman is a full-on production, led by James McAvoy as the titular Morpheus. This was Part I of a series. Part I covers the accidental capture of Lord Morpheus centuries ago, and follows the ramifications of that event, both in the real world and in the dream world where he once reigned and desperately needs to again. The actual story jumps around quite … Continue reading Book Nook: The Sandman Part I, by Neil Gaiman
FCHS seniors Maddison and Mollie Oliver recently signed to cheer next year at Wabash Valley College. Continue reading Olivers Sign With Wabash Valley Cheer
Everyone and their mother does mock drafts these days. Here’s mine. 1 Jaguars Travon Walker, Edge, Georgia 2 Lions Aidan Hutchinson, Edge, Michigan 3 Texans Derek Stingley Jr., CB, LSU 4 Jets Sauce Gardner, CB, Cincinnati 5 Giants Charles Cross, OT, Miss St. 6 Panthers Ikem Ekwonu, OT, NC State 7 Giants Kayvon Thibodeaux, Edge, Oregon 8 Falcons Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio St 9 Seahawks Evan Neal, OT, Alabama 10 Jets Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama 11 Commanders Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame 12 Vikings Drake London, WR, USC 13 Texans Jermaine Johnson, Edge, Florida St. 14 Ravens Jordan Davis, DT, … Continue reading NFL Mock Draft
There was a long time I completely nerded out on the NFL draft. I was in a dynasty league that required it to be competitive. Since that league folded a few years back, coupled with years of ineptitude by Raiders’ drafters, I don’t dive all in on the draft as much as I use to. But that doesn’t stop me from firing bets off. Where would be the fun in that. I won’t have time to break down these, but did want to post my running log of NFL draft bets. These have been placed over the last couple of … Continue reading 2022 NFL Draft Bets
The Turnpike Troubadours getting back together was a big deal in my world. No seriously, a big, big deal. The tour was announced. I knew I could not make Red Rocks happen this year. Cain’s sold out immediately. Cain’s is … Continue reading I Saw Miles and Miles Of Texas, and Other States