Sunday, April 29 - Saturday May 5 The Week in Maxing Out: Last weekend was The National's Homecoming concert at Smale Park in Cincinnati. The event lasted over a long weekend (starting Thursday) and though I didn't start until Saturday afternoon, I still had two full days of music and missed a ton more.… Continue reading What I Learned This Week: #49
Sunday, April 22 - Saturday, April 28 The Week in No Time For Blogging: I'll have more to say shortly... (Current time = 10:27 PM, EST, Monday, April 30th)...
Sunday, April 15 - Saturday, April 21 The Week in Saving Money: I found a pair of shoes my size at work that caught my eye. And gosh, they are ugly. Still, I wear plenty of "ugly" clothes and could actually picture these on my feet. I bet I could spend a bunch of… Continue reading What I Learned This Week: #47
Sunday, April 8 - Saturday, April 14 The Week in Peanuts: As I write this, my Cincinnati Reds are 2 and 13. Gosh, that hurts. At least I can enjoy Reds-branded peanuts, or so I thought. In a great cosmic joke, I bought them last week at 2 for $3 and this week they… Continue reading What I Learned This Week: #46
Sunday, April 1 - Saturday, April 7 The Week in Opening Day Redux: The Cincinnati Reds began their 2018 season last week, but due to scheduling around Easter, the 99th annual Opening Day parade took place this week. It was a weird Opening Day-esque feeling but not quite the same as real Opening Day.… Continue reading What I Learned This Week: #45
Sunday, March 25 - Saturday, March 31 The Week in Unwittingly Scaring the Wits Out of Someone: When I walked into my part-time job on Wednesday, three of employees were standing near the front door looking like they'd just been told horrific news. In fact, a customer had just walked into the store before… Continue reading What I Learned This Week: #44
Sunday, March 18 - Saturday, March 24 The Week in Kitchen Techniques: One of my meals this week was Three Sisters Soup, a take on the traditional Native America recipe featuring corn, squash, and beans - three sisters of ingredients. I like to use corn on the cob as opposed to frozen corn kernel… Continue reading What I Learned This Week: #43