I took the fam to the gulf coast over the weekend. We were joined by my wife’s cousin and her kids to make a total of eight people: three adults and five kids. We were outnumbered. Surprisingly, not much went wrong. Given my Grizwaldian luck, I was very surprised. No car trouble, no bad weather, […]
The call came in around 10 o’clock this morning. It was another cardiac case where the pacer became self-aware and stopped accepting inputs. These are never fun. Hopefully, the device would still accept a wireless firmware patch. But I grabbed my other gear — laser scalpel, smart defib and sub-dermal patch kit — just in […]
Have I told you how much I love summer? So far, we haven’t enrolled in a single organized activity. I’m sure we will, but sleeping in and being lazy hasn’t made anyone complain. I never slept in much as a kid. If I went to a sleepover, I’d always wake up before my friends. Sometimes […]
I’ve been asked the same question over and over since about the middle of last November. That’s about the time I returned to Augusta from a failed attempt at following a dream and started having to explain to people why I’m not on the radio anymore. Some people don’t listen on a regular enough basis […]
Banjo-B-Que is this weekend! Are you ready for it? Check out what will be going on this year with this handy-dandy guide! Click Here to find out more!
Say what you want about conspiracy theories, scandals, and “October surprises” Augusta style, when all was said and done Hardie Davis has become the most astute and educated man to assume the chief position in Augusta’s consolidated government. Davis’s amazing 70% plus landslide makes Deke Copenhaver’s big victories pale in comparison (pun intended), and perhaps […]
By now, you all probably know that Governor Nathan “Y’all Try Hard not to Make a ‘Let’s Make a Deal’ Reference, Y’Hear?” Deal recently signed into legislation the smoke-and-mirrors-named Safe Carry Protection Act, also referred to as the “guns everywhere law” because it allows guns, well, pretty much everywhere: churches, bars, schools, etc. College campuses […]
School gets out this week. By Friday, I’ll have a third grade girl, and a boy in fifth. If I think about fifth grade too much, my chest tightens a bit and I might cry. I’ll deal with that when it’s really time. For now, it’s summer. I love summer. The heat doesn’t bother me. […]