Monthly Archives: January 2012

Improv and Religion

A friend pointed me to this blog post today: http://improvmantra.wordpress.com/2012/01/30/rules-suck/ Go ahead and click through and read that. I’ll wait right here. Now, I’m not going to say that I agree with everything that he says there. (For one, he … Continue reading

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How to Change a Dirty Diaper: a Step-By-Step Guide for New Dads, By a New Dad

How to Change a Dirty Diaper: a Step-By-Step Guide for New Dads, By a New Dad 1. Notice a funk. 2. Double-check to make sure it’s not you. 3. Glare suspiciously at the dog. 4. Nope, it’s the baby. 5. … Continue reading

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Some days…

Some days, knowledge and perception battle it out. Some days, I go to bed at the end of a long day completely aware of how blessed I am, how lucky I am, and how loved I am… but sad anyway. … Continue reading

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Not exactly a bucket list.

I have a list of ComedySportz players from other cities with whom I want to perform… and I guess that would have to be “before I die,” so it’s kind of a bucket list but not really. I forced myself … Continue reading

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One handed blogging.

As long as I hold her, she’s happy. If I put her down, she fusses. Loudly. You might think I would resent this a bit, as it definitely makes it harder to accomplish some things. But no. Not a bit. … Continue reading

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Exercise is my enemy.

Hello, Strange. This is Name You’ll Hear Wrong But Promptly Forget calling from your company’s program where we try to get you healthier, which is partially for your benefit and partially because we really hate paying high rates on health … Continue reading

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Reality is setting in.

I’ve been back to work for three days now. It’s not nearly as rough as it was before my break — my workload is significantly lower and I don’t feel like I’m digging my way out of a hole anymore. … Continue reading

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