Archive for July, 2008

Reunited… and it felt so good!

Last night was the 20 year reunion for the Woodmore High School class of 1988 (of which I was a member). It was a great night! I was dreading it a little bit, not because of the people, just because I generally despise social situations like that. But it ended up being really fun! Saw […]

Roodi the Singing Whippet

OK, this is from about 10 years ago I think. It was on video tape and I captured it over to the computer, the sound doesn’t match up part way through, but I don’t think that’s really all that important. 🙂 And remember, I played French horn, not trumpet, so excuse the clunkers! lol In […]

Reunion ahead!

Well, this Saturday is the 20 year reunion of my high school graduating class. 20 years. Really doesn’t seem like it’s been that long. So many things have changed, and so many things haven’t. It’s just weird. I’ve been involved in the organization of the reunion to some extent, and it’s been fun to get […]

Schedel Arboretum and Gardens

We went to the Schedel Arboretum and Gardens yesterday for a couple hours. Took a lot of pictures and enjoyed a beautiful day. Everything there looks fantastic!

Rolling Along!!

The Bowling Green/Wood County paper, the Sentinel-Tribune, did a story about my website today. I’m really happy with how it turned out. Ellen Sipp left most of what I said in there and the thread about my dad is prominent throughout the article. 🙂 Check it out and give it a read!

Subway Turkey Reuben Sandwich

Subway’s Turkey Reuben sandwich is phenomenally good!!! I guess Toledo is a test market, so if you don’t get it, that’s too bad, but seriously… it’s one of the best “fast food” sandwiches I’ve ever had. Just got a 6″ on honey-oat bread with pickles, black olives, jalapeno peppers, black pepper and a little of […]


Really can’t do much but smile really big right now. The ultrasound today was simply amazing… both because it’s our baby… and also because of the technology. We could see all four chambers of the baby’s heart… all 20 fingers and toes… just amazing. The OB guy today was a high-risk pregnancy specialist. Maryellen’s neurologist […]