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Another MRI for Mary

Saturday blog days. This is still so new and odd to me. I find myself stressing for Fridays, still, and I worry about scheduling appointments or making plans. 1,698 more words

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Military to Maker Podcast: Soft Launch


When Reid Hoffman, the founder of LinkedIn, said “If you are not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you’ve launched to late.” I can’t speak for the rest of the panel, because eloquence and coherent thinking is the name of their game, but I can say that as a knuckle dragging audio editor (a maker of things that make noise) I still have a lot to learn. 110 more words


Watch Dale Earnhardt Jr. give this veteran the surprise of a lifetime

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – There are so many things to do in and around the Daytona International Speedway in the days leading up to the Daytona 500… 190 more words



For most veterans, the transition from soldier to civilian can be extremely challenging. Be under no illusion, leaving the armed forces requires a lot of planning and preparation. 1,380 more words


Waiting on the Word: The chronicles of the time wasting shenanigans only found in the deadliest fighting force in the world…

Anyone who has ever served in the armed forces will tell you that not all time spent in the service of this great nation is productive. 564 more words


Yesterday, I was excited to find myself upgraded on a flight home from what were some very long and exhausting days of travel. I settled into my seat, put some music on my headphones and prepared to kick back with my book. 425 more words


A Hollywood veteran behind the new Wolverine movie says he likes working with Netflix the best (NFLX)

Scott Frank is a superstar Hollywood screenwriter and director — with credits ranging from “Minority Report” to “Get Shorty” and a new blockbuster Wolverine movie (“Logan”) in theaters — but he says working with Netflix is the best experience he’s had. 41 more words