Laurence Einuis -- Photo by Virginia.gov March 13

In June of 2014 I wrote a few articles about an old high school teacher of mine named Laurence Einuis from West Springfield High School who took local media in Northern Virginia by storm when he was arrested.  Mr. Einuis was a longstanding educator, mentor and band director in the Springfield, VA community in which […]

10580071_10102081457035466_3935882650269285745_n October 31

My Halloween Costumes through the years!

Since I feel like I have only put in a quarter of the effort as I usually do for Halloween I felt like a quick trip through memory lane is necessary. This year we are featuring Where’s Waldo: Here we are featuring Wilson and Tom Hanks from Castaway in 2013. Cowboys for The Painted Turtle’s […]

photo courtesy of ABC The View September 26

Nicolle Wallace’s comments on our soldiers at war offends me

Is Nicolle Wallace going to be another Elisabeth Hassellback or is she going to drive me insane? I loved watching Elisabeth, which is saying something as I am a flaming liberal.  I disagreed with her, but I at least felt she spoke intelligently and respectfully. Nicolle Wallace is new to me, like many viewers of […]

images August 29

The Labor Day of #LivinLikeLindsay

This Labor Day weekend I am traveling to Palm Springs with a bunch of guys to celebrate the end of summer.  We’ve rented two houses.  The first is being referred to as the House of Jane and the Second is the House of Oprah after the celebrities Jane Fonda and Oprah Winfrey. As my anticipation […]

Justin Theroux on Chelsea Lately July 29, 2014 July 30

Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston, let me help you with your egg problem

Is it me or does it seem that everyone in Los Angeles lives, eats and sleeps entertainment and celebrities?  It’s a hobby here just as much as a career.  Unfortunately for me, trying to find a hobby is pretty hard.  When you have no clue what type of hobby you are looking for and following […]

Use Red Dog July 29

The Little Red Dog dramatically “cancels” balloon release, sparks further frustration

Oh my, what did I get myself involved in?  When I wrote a blog yesterday about The Little Red Dog I thought to myself that I wanted to find a way to voice my opposition to their planned balloon release, which they did have formally planned as can be seen on the screenshot to their […]

washup July 28

Tell The Little Red Dog That Releasing Balloons is not okay!

It’s always a sad day when a great organization makes a bad decision. We know that it happens everyday because organizations are run by individuals and individuals are only human. None-the-less it takes other individuals to make change. I hope you will join me in writing and calling The Little Red Dog, an organization based […]

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