I have always loved sports, particularly baseball. I remember sitting on the front porch of my grandparents house, listening to the Cardinals with my grandpa when I was younger. I remember going to St. Louis and watching them play against the Reds for the first time when I was in eighth grade and was absolutely […]Read More Don’t be this guy….
5 years ago today, Elisa and I woke up around 5 in the morning, loaded up in the car, and made a trip over to Evansville to prepare for our little boy to come into the world. I remember that day like it was yesterday (cliche?). Caleb’s birth was so much different than Sydney’s. She […]Read More My baby boy
Okay, I want to preface this post with three different thoughts. This post is reserved for the nerdiest of people. If you are looking for financial advice or a conversation about how to better your life, go ahead and back on out of this one. Star Wars is obviously better than Star Trek. I don’t […]Read More Star Wars vs. Star Trek
One thing that has always impressed me about my wife is the amount of time that she spends working with our kids. She literally spends hours every day on things that range from absolutely necessary (we home school and they have to learn) to unnecessary but very admirable (playing with Syd’s dolls). I don’t think I […]Read More The one where the kids got smarter
Okay. Here’s the story….. About three or four years ago, while I was still living in Illinois, I went on a trip with some co-workers to Atlanta, Georgia. The purpose of the trip was to attend a Catalyst Conference. None of us had ever been before and were extremely excited to expand our knowledge a […]Read More Hammocks, BBQ & Dave Ramsey
When my family first moved out to Virginia, we struggled quite a bit with all of our friends that we would be leaving behind in Illinois. One thing that eased my mind a bit was the thought of friends coming out and vacationing with us. To this point, that has not been possible but this […]Read More The One Where The Kisers Were Here
I remember being told once that the best way to learn something is to actually teach it to others. This seems to go against logic a bit. We tend to believe that we must master something before we teach it to others but this article that I read on Duct Tape Marketing seems to confirm […]Read More The best way to learn is to teach…