What I Heard While Napping

Sunday afternoon, I was laying on the couch taking a nap. Wyatt was outside playing basketball. The ball kept hitting the ground with a repetitive thunk, thunk, thunk. In the midst of sound of the basketball bouncing, I heard a voice singing. Wyatt was singing the song “Happy” by NF. This song is great justContinue reading “What I Heard While Napping”

Without Consequence

When I was in college, I served as a senator in student government. It was my job to be a voice, an advocate, for the 30-something guys on my dorm floor. Kick Butt Club! One of the issues we ran into, early on, was that our student body constitution was a poorly written document. CertainContinue reading “Without Consequence”

Dodging Bad Bosses

Was reading an article on red flags in a job interview which made me think of my own experience. I remember one time I interviewed for a position at an insurance company. Before I could be interviewed, however, I had to take a personality test. So, I took the test and soon got a callContinue reading “Dodging Bad Bosses”

Defenders of Liberty Air Show – No Go

Saturday, the Texas Halls boarded the Prius (*beep, beep!*) for a quick trip east. Destination: Shreveport, Louisiana; The Barksdale Defenders of Liberty Air Show, at Barksdale AFB. Last time I had taken Wyatt to the air show, he was 5 years old. I had asked him the other day if he remembered going with justContinue reading “Defenders of Liberty Air Show – No Go”