The Overnight

I spent the majority of the weekend volunteering for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s annual fundraising walk, The Overnight. It’s the first time I’ve been involved in a walk of such magnitude. There were somewhere between 1,300 and 1,500 walkers. The course was between 17 and 18 miles. My first shift was at the […]

The Hills Were Alive

Have returned from the land of freedom and unity. My brother Justin and I spent a few days in the Killington and Stowe areas. The short version of the trip is: Hiked for seven hours straight one day. I didn’t think I was going to make it out of the woods alive. Toasted marshmallows over […]

I Am Living in the Wrong Country.

I read this article about maximizing vacations in the Globe today. It reminded me of the fact that Americans get shafted on vacation time. Did you know there is no law requiring employers to offer vacation time to employees in the United States? Well, now you know. Look at this list of “statutory minimum employment […]

Swampola-ed

I am swamped, or swampola-ed, with freelance work at the moment, hence the lack of blogging… I am going on a grand adventure with my lil bro next week, so will report on that upon my return. We will be eating our way through Vermont.

Anavel Caparros

I am indebted to Anavel Caparros. I am going to Maine for a wedding this weekend, but when I return I will be writing her a personal fan letter. I may name my next cat after her. Why, you ask? Well, her shoe company carries nice, classy dress shoes IN SIZE 5. This woman HAS […]