Kevin the Engineer's blog
With all these new ways of communicating, I think it's we take a couple of steps back and make a call. As this age of texting and all things electronic bombard our lives, the simple act of talking is dropping off. I think we should start making an effort to call people and talk to them, let them "HEAR" out LOL's and LMAO's, and not just see the letters. Why not go see someone and us your physical communication skill as well.
It's sad when I have to get up at 6am to get my son off to football practice. I would also like to say that I will be doing a better job on the blogs. Hope your long weekend was a good one. And here's a quote I heard at a baseball game when the guy's tried to come off the field early " their gonna make yall get three out's this inning". Thought it was funny at the time.
My son is leaving middle school and it reminds me of my youth. The fears and hopes of high school, along with being one step closer to adulthood. I'm tiring to secure Billy Kid to give the commencement speech at the local dog obedience school. Speaking of... Billy's first dog was a kitty "up on the plateau, they don't know any different" named Carl. But like most of his motorbikes, he had to bury the cat after only a couple of weeks of use.
Why do people still try to predict the end of the world? Probably the same reason for counting the licks to the center of a Tootsie pop. Should we not focus ourselves on solving the problems at hand and let these other distractions good by the wayside? The old saying "take the log out of your eye, then you can help take the splinter out of your friend's" should be words to live by.
Baseball is an enjoyable sport to watch, that is, unless your son plays it. I try hard to relax and let the game play itself out. And , I know that "it's only a game", but the real story is the toll it takes out on my ability to remove myself. Not being on the feild is frustrating. My son's team has done OK this year, but they need to get their FIRE back. What does this have to do with Billy Kid you say? Everything! He can't play baseball, which is why his show is not popular with women who wear an "A" cup. Does this make any sense to anyone but me?