I recently drafted a post about how I was doing during my “midlife crisis.” I also dispelled some of the rumors of what a midlife crisis is, at least for me. As I continue to grapple with the fact that I am 42 years old, I am making some pretty important discoveries. One of those […]
When you hit 40, you tend to look at your life and make a quick assessment. If it’s truly the halfway mark of your life, it makes sense to take stock and evaluate how you’re doing. It’s my guess the term “mid-life crisis” emerged from the salient moment when men take stock in their lives […]
[wp_connect_like_button href="http://www.everyotherthursday.com/2011/07/how-friends-grow-distant-after-a-new-baby/" send_button="enabled" layout="standard" width="600" show_faces="enabled" verb="like" colorscheme="light" font="arial" ref="" /]Driving on the way in to the office today, I began to think about some of the changes my family and I have gone through since our move to the Midwest just about a year ago. We’ve met some amazing new friends and the kids […]
Who doesn’t like Winnie the Pooh? The beloved children’s character, which is licensed and marketed by the good folks at Disney, is an American icon. The use of the cuddly bear on everything from toys to food is prolific. He’s also been the start of many a Disney Channel half-hour series and even first-run motion […]
A quick note from me and the other dads here at Every Other Thursday… Happy July 4th and a HUGE thank you goes out to the men and women who are serving our country in various parts of the world as well as to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. Today is a day […]
With the recent rash of tornadoes throughout the US, death and destruction at the hands of mother nature seems to be everyday news this week. Being new residents of Kansas, my family and I spent two of the last five days in our basement when tornado warning sirens sounded. Having lived in California the better […]
I love the holiday time. It’s the one time of year that I truly unplug (as much as I possibly can). It reminds me of how much time I need to spend with the family, getting back to what’s important in life – just like my fellow EoTer wrote today. One of my favorite things […]
Disney’s new feature, along with savvy marketing of the film online, make it stick out above the rest.
Two to three times a month I do school drop off. I feel like Mr. Mom when they said to Michael Keaton, “You’re doing it wrong! It’s the South to drop off MORON!!!” I don’t know where to stand. Not sure of the protocol. I am also one of the few dads there. We are […]
I’ve been away from the blog for a while, but now after starting a new job and moving across country, it’s time to fire up the posts and get back to what I love: writing about being a Dad.