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Farewell To 2010

At last the end of another year is upon us. It’s a time for reflection and a time to look ahead and see what life can bring you.

Alot of people make resolutions for the new year and I am no different. For 2010 my resolution was to accomplish at least 10 more items off the list. And for 2011, I will kick it up a notch and go for 15. It might not seem like a lot to do in a year, but every time I knock an item off the rest seem more and more difficult.

2010 items.

Eat At an Outback steakhouse

Ride a Vespa

Pilot an Aircraft

Beat Kit at Mini-golf

Have a bonfire on the beach

Go to Curacao

Dive off a cliff

Open a champange bottle with a knife

Catch a fish

Spend a week eating all you can eat wings*

More items were closer to being completed thanks to the massive amount of traveling Kit and I did this past year. I have big plans for 2011 and I hope to see you all there. Best of luck with the New Year.

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December 31, 2010   No Comments

A book report.

Have you ever read a book? Have you ever read a book you enjoyed? Have you ever read a book that changed the way you see humanity as a whole? Have you ever read a book that made you want to be a better person? Have you ever read a book that has made you want to kill a school bus filled with orphans and puppies?

If you answered mostly YES to the above, then do I have a book for you.

Textual Healing is a book written by a 7 year old autistic child that has the gift for words. Actually,no it’s not. It is written by Eric Smith of the JETS fame. Actually, no it’s not that Eric Smith but the infinitely more handsome, Eric Smith of the Eric Smith fame.

Textual Healing, Eric’s first novel is a classic story. Man loves a woman. Woman doesn’t love man. Man sets off to kill woman. Hilarity ensues. Or something to that effect. Even if I’m alittle fuzzy on the main plot, one thing is for sure, hilarity does in fact ensue.

Read this book you will not be disappointed. The authors writing is witty, flowing and above all, the font is easy to read. Eric has a masterful ability to describe emotions that at a point in time we have all felt while in a relationship. He allows the reader to feel with the characters in the book rather than just watch them from a distance.

Without giving too much away, this book really does have something for everyone… Sex, drugs, prostitution, love, bunnies, ninjas, galactic warfare, pop culture references, football stats, humor, scotch tape. (disclaimer: this book may or may not contain all or none of the above).

Now, go out and read Textual Healing.

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December 7, 2010   No Comments