This past weekend I attended my 20th high school reunion. Seven Hills Class of 1998 IN DA HOUSE!! I never really spoke like that so I don’t know why I just wrote it. Sorry. Anyway, it was great catching up with folks I haven’t seen in ages and chatting with those I see all the time. … More Has it really been 20 years?
Hey Everyone! Alright, we’re about two months into 2018, how’s everyone doing? Are your New Years Resolution’s still intact or have you moved on? You all surviving the crazy winter weather of snow and rain? Stay strong, my friends! A lot has happened since my last post, most notably, I bought a house! FYI, I’m … More Casa de Kenya
One month ago I loaded up a 15ft Penske truck and drove over 450 miles down I-75 from Cincinnati to Atlanta. When I crossed the state line into Georgia, it didn’t feel real that I was back. When I hung out with my amazing family, it didn’t feel real that I was back. When I … More Am I back?
Hi friends! Sorry it’s been so long since I’ve written, but I have some news! 3 ½ years ago I moved from Atlanta back to Cincinnati (I had lived here from 1993-1998) for a fresh start in my career. The first 6 months were some of the most stressful and hardest times of my life … More So long, Cincinnati!
First things first, I’m not new to running. I was a high school and college athlete. Running consistently, and for more than 2 miles, just for the sake of it, is new to me. Also, working out isn’t new to me. I like working out. I’m mildly obsessed with spinning and I enjoy the benefits … More So about this running thing…
Before I get started, I’d like to say that this post isn’t meant to be about me bragging or tooting my own horn. But, let’s be honest, if no one is going to promote you, then you gotta promote yourself so: TOOT TOOT!! When I was younger, I wanted to be a Concert Violinist (I … More The Reluctant Leader
2016 has been quite a year. We said goodbye to some iconic people in the world of entertainment, media, sports, and politics. We witnessed a historic election. Joe Biden memes and the Shirley Ceaser “u name it” challenge won the internet. We watched the Olympics and cheered on athletes with pride while hoping for no … More 2016…beautiful and brutal