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January 7, 2014 at 4:52pm
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Waiting on God is Hard, and That’s OK →

Yes, very true. Lessons God can teach you through waiting.

December 16, 2013 at 9:06pm
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October 16, 2013 at 4:29pm
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September 27, 2013 at 6:02pm
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September 24, 2013 at 9:56pm
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What a day

Funny stuff happened today. 

1. Optimus mime

Today at our story planning meeting at work we were discussing the recent brawl at a local movie theater. The movie was Insidious 2, which some have blamed for being the violent motivator of the crime. 

Boss: Come on. They could’ve said that when Transformers came out.

Coworker: (Proceeds to rip open his snap button shirt to reveal a Transformers t-shirt underneath. Much side-busting laughter ensues).

2. They all look alike

I was picking up take-out before heading to the hospital to visit my newborn niece. The food was from one of my favorite Mexican restaurants. As the owner came out to cash me out, I set my phone on the  counter next to the register. You can imagine my surprise when he slipped it right into his pocket as he pushed the buttons on the register. 

Me: Are you taking my phone? 

Him: (Looking confused, reaches into his pocket and gasps). Oh! (Reaches into other pocket and reveals his iPhone is identical). I’m so sorry. 

Me: Well, everyone’s pretty much got the same phone these days. 

The poor guy…

3. D-bags on wheels

I’m making good time on my way to the hospital. As I’m attempting to make a difficult left turn onto South Avenue from Caroline Street (NOTE: This is ironic because the baby’s name is also Caroline) when I see a car slip into my peripheral. I brake, but not before the shiny red sports car rams me from behind. 

I calmly pulled over and put on my flashers. He gets out and I get out to look at the damage, expecting the worst. At this point, I should mention that a gang of teenage boys is watching the whole thing from a bench across the street. They were yelling the whole time. Joe said later that they probably sit there every day and this was the first exciting thing to happen. But anyway.

My back bumper has not a scratch. The dude (whom I will just describe as a run of the mill greaser) apologized. “I think we’re all good,” I said. “I’m on my way to the hospital.” 

Greaser: Which one?

Me: Highland

Greaser: (Pointing) It’s right there. 

Me: I know. 

4. Dressing the part

I get to the hospital, and after driving through the maze like parking garage I enter the building with takeout in hand. I take the elevator up to the maternity floor and pass through a crowded lobby before making my way to the reception desk to check in. 

A pregnant woman in front of me is the second or third in line. I’ve got the room number where Caroline and her parents are waiting. They’re probably hungry, I think to myself. 

The woman at the desk stood up and went to get something. I eyed the hallway, wondering if I should make a run for it. Instead, I spoke to a security guard standing nearby. She was making a phone call, but I figured it’s her job to help dumb hospital visitors like me…right?

"Excuse me, do I have to sign in or can I just go into the room?" I say.

"What?" she replies. I repeat my question as she starts to look annoyed.

"I don’t work here."

"Oh, sorry." 

5. It’s all good

I finally make it to see the baby. At less than 24 hours old, Caroline is absolutely perfect. I hold her and kiss her soft, wrinkly face. Within minutes, the grandparents arrive with great-grandma and big sister. 

"Can I hold her?" asks 3-year-old Marian. And after some hand sanitizing, she did. Looking at them together makes me tear up despite myself. It was beautiful. 

So, what a day indeed. 

September 4, 2013 at 8:41pm
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August 28, 2013 at 6:11pm
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Watch out for that shady lady #breakingbad

Watch out for that shady lady #breakingbad

July 1, 2013 at 7:30pm
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Journalists’ reaction to 99.9 percent of press releases. 


Journalists’ reaction to 99.9 percent of press releases. 

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June 22, 2013 at 3:09pm
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