Sunday, June 5, 2011

La Multi Ani

I don't know a better way to start off a new year. Woke up and danced to P-Funk's "Flashlight", had breakfast at Mimi's Cafe with an authentic French waitress, got a sick jacket at the Goodwill, and got to see some good friends.

It's gotten to the point where birthdays don't carry the same magic they once did. I don't get excited at the idea of turning one year older, I honestly almost forgot about this one entirely. But I have to say, this has been one of the most memorable birthdays I've had in years.

It wasn't hard to realize that I am truly blessed to have the friends and family that I do. Without the love and support you have all given me over the years, I would be lost.

And most of all, I want to express my love and gratitude for my beautiful wife. You were the leading roll in making this such a magnificent day, and the main reason I am the man I am today.

Thank you and God bless,

Thursday, May 19, 2011


I've heard a lot of talk about the lack of gentlemen nowadays. Guys don't open doors or give up their seats for women any more. And I agree, for the most part, chivalry is dead, but not solely due to the apathy of men.

The decline of respect for women has a lot to do with the women of the day. You girls say you want a gentleman, that is understandable, on the same note we men want a lady. There is a huge discrepancy in the way we present our selves and the way we are actually precived. I'm not saying every girl needs to be in makeup and trendy clothes, if that's not your scene don't be something your not. But to see girls at the store or at school in sweats and flip flops makes a guy not want to go out of his way. Especially when the girl is carrying a designer hand bag and took the time to do her hair and make up.

Don't get me wrong, guys aren't really helping the situation. Honking at a random girl on the street will only lessens any chance you may have had. I feel we all need a refresher course on the finer meanings of respect for our fellow human.

Love each other.

Saturday, May 14, 2011


Although I enjoy stimulating conversation, I am generally not a person of many words. It seems that presently it is all too easy to offend with one's oppinions. That being said, I prefer to observe before I comment. I've learned it saves me from a lot of embarrassment.

In light of some recent constructive criticism I am making an effort to include more of my thoughts and oppinions along with the imagery I post. Don't expect to be shocked with every posting, but don't be surprised when you don't like or agree with my words.

Most of all I want to thank all who take the time to follow my insperations, and now my rants. Most of you are my close friends and already know where I stand.

Thank you and God bless.