Space Shuttle Night Launch
I knew this day was rapidly approaching; the day the shuttle program would come to a close.  This journey began almost exactly 5 years ago.  I’m going to do a number of posts to chronicle the journey because one just isn’t enough.  That or one would be way too long.  […]

Space Shuttle: A Personal Journey



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I heard someone mention this so I just did a tiny little sketch. I’m sure its a fancy shirt or something but my doodle is from the heart!

This. Is. Funny.




I don’t have nearly enough time to make a post but I wanted to remind myself to make a post in the near future.

Surrounded by too much woo


Just thought I would test out this WP app for my phone… So here goes! Posted from WordPress for Windows Phone

From my phone



Voyager 1 is one amazing spacecraft.  It was launched at a time when the planets were aligned in such a way that would be ideal to take a “grand tour” of the outer solar system.  A second craft Voyager II was also launched two weeks earlier.  What makes Voyager 1 […]

Billions and billions…of miles away (and still going)


A couple of weeks ago I posted something about being overweight, feeling run down, etc.  Well shortly afterwords I purchased my first ‘smart’ phone.   I can now track my caloric intake + exercise on the phone and it syncs up to a website so I can view the detailed information. […]

In the name of Science


John Boswell, the guy that does the Symphony of Science videos, has another one.  This one is pretty good.  I still like the Glorious Dawn one the best but that’s because Carl Sagan is da man.   I look forward to these song/videos and hope there are more to come.  I’m […]

A Wave of Reason



The straw that broke my back Not literally but for all intents and purposes, may as well have.  Years, yes, years ago this blog was started to document a journey towards health both physical, mental and financially (see what I did there, it’s a joke).  Anyway, nearly 3 years later […]

A funny thing happened