Hello everyone! Hope this post find you well. Hopefully it finds you in a great place in your life. It’s been a minute or so since my last post as the holidays were extremely busy but fruitful. My wife and I had an incredible first Christmas as a married couple and being able to see most of our family between Thanksgiving and Christmas was a true, true blessing.
Never underestimate the importance of friends and family. Obviously, when you’re an adult and have a spouse, responsibilities, kids, etc.. they become your focus if your priorities are in order. So to spend time with both families during the holidays were special and something I’ll always cherish.
To give a life update is difficult because so much has happened since my last post. We went to Ft. Worth, Texas for Thanksgiving to hang out with family on my wife’s side. That was such a great time as Texas is a beautiful state and the residents are so nice. I almost had to remind myself I was in America still because of how nice the people were. So, kudos to Dallas, Frisco, and Ft. Worth for reassuring me that America has tons of nice people still out there.
We are going to try and get out to Waco, TX early this summer. Morgan and I love Fixer Upper and the Gaines Family so we plan to visit Magnolia that place and experience all that it has to offer. Should be a great time! Season 5 is currently on HGTV every Tuesday night @9pm so check it out!
December 16th in Connecticut was such an amazing, memorable night. My Dad and I saw the greatest entertainer on earth, Criss Angel. It was such beautiful couple days. The almost 4-hour drive up north was also super cool to spend with my Dad. Other than Jesus Christ and my wife I love that man more than anything this world could ever offer me. You could offer me the most perfect life imaginable but if my Dad isn’t part of that life I want nothing to do with it.
I’ll never EVER forget those hours we got to spend together. Cannot be replaced or taken away from me. He deserves so much more for what he’s done for our family. And for anyone to disrespect him, my mom for anything can easily go fuck themselves because they don’t know shit. I’ll NEVER understand the sacrifice those two people did at 19 and 17 years old but I’m grateful they decided to keep me around and provide me the life they have. Despite being told by others to abort me.
So yes, it was special. God is beyond great. He blesses me no matter how many times I know I don’t deserve anything but death.
Morgan and I have now seen ‘The Greatest Showman’ three times in theatres and wouldn’t mind seeing a few more. That is one special movie, bah gawd, and we can’t get enough of it. I’m sick of the film (snobs) critics who have zero appreciation for feel-good movies in a time where this world desperately needs a few smiles. They (critics/snobs) ripped this film prior to its release and didn’t think it catch on with American audiences.
‘This is the greatest show.’
This film continues to smash records and break the traditional downfalls and pitfalls of movies after a not-so-stunning opening weekend. I recommend ANYONE to go out and see this movie before it leaves theatres. We have already pre-ordered the blu-ray on Amazon and will receive it on the day it releases.
I’ve concluded that this my second favorite movie of all-time. Yes, that spectacular. The only film above it is ‘The Dark Knight’, which I’m not sure could ever be topped. Now, remember, this is opinion not everybody else’s which makes it subjective so I don’t care if your list is different or if you think mine sucks. Don’t be a toolbox about it. I could care less if you hate any movie I ever mention. To each their own, my guy!
It’s officially Royal Rumble season and WWE has been ramping up storylines lately as we head straight towards Wrestlemania in New Orleans! Reports say it’s the most in-demand ticket in Rumble history. Gotta love Philadelphia baby!
There’s a lot that can happen in this match but my picks for the Rumble are both Smackdown guys: Shinsuke Nakamura or Daniel Bryan will be the last man standing next Sunday. The Rumble is my favorite pay-per-view event the WWE produces so needless to say I’m pumped!
Very much looking forward to being 12-years old next week for WWE RAW 25th Anniversary Show. The list of legends showing up is endless. My favorites who are going to be on hand are: Shawn Michaels, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Undertaker, Trish Stratus, and Scott Hall just to name a couple. I’m not sure how they’re going to be to get everyone involved in a three hour show but it’s interesting how they’re going to get things accomplished with it also being the go-home episode before the Royal Rumble.
This is where I miss my podcast because I’d be doing a whole show based around the Rumble. But, I have no outlet for the podcast in terms of editing so I don’t want to half-ass something. I whole-ass everything J
I can’t think of anything else to say right now so I’m going to ride off into the sunset! See ya’s soon and God bless you!