My Little League Career

Kids everywhere are rejoicing because summer vacation is on the horizon.  Some youngsters are getting ready to play some form of Little League baseball, just like I did…a few short years ago (ha!).  Lately I’ve been reminiscing about my Little League career, so I decided I might actually be able to fill a blog post…

Mom’s Childhood Memories

In honor of Mother’s Day, and in an effort to balance out the number of posts about Dad, this week I’m turning things over to Mom.  She has been sharing family stories for years, but in the last year or so I’ve been capturing a number of these from her emails.  What follows is some…

April Showers

It’s raining as I type this in late March. So technically these are not April showers, but rain in April is inevitable (at least here in southern Wisconsin), hence the title of this week’s blog post. I have been thinking more about water and rain since I recently watched the PBS documentary “Never Curse the…

That Time I Met Kasim Sulton

If you’re a music fan, most likely you have an artist (or several) that speaks to you through their songs.  For me, one of those special artists is singer/songwriter Kasim Sulton.  Recently, Kasim kicked off a pledge music drive surrounding his first official live CD, “Live Bootleg.”  Like all of his previous efforts, I’m having…

Marching into March

Just some random thoughts this week… Starting with the Brewers book. I’m continuing to work on edits while I wait to hear back from a publisher on if it fits with what they typically publish.  There are a number of publishers out there that specialize is sports and history, so I’m confident in finding someone…

Creativity Weekend Recap

A few years ago my wife Sarah took up scrapbooking as a hobby.  She started out by creating two photo scrapbooks in memory of her cousin that passed away after a battle with cancer. When I say scrapbook, I’m talking the Creative Memories type of book with photos, embellishments, page titles, and memories written to…