I am 45 years old today and I am ready to have a mid-life crisis. Here are a few of the things I am considering.
- Marring a rockstar
- Taking part in a brawl
- Buying a Harley-Davidson
- Becoming a stand-up comedian
- Becoming a cryptozoologist
- Becoming a NASCAR driver
- Becoming a volunteer firefighter
- Learning to play the drums
Do you have any ideas for my mid-life crisis? Let me know in the comment section.
Gwen is 20 years old today. It doesn’t seem possible. Did I fall asleep for a decade? Did we skip a few years on the calendar? How did this happen?
Happy Birthday Gwen
Baby Ben is three years old today. Ben is a great dog. He is goofy, easy-going, and lazy.
I devised a plan to travel back in time and make myself one year younger.
Last night, I was walking around downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee. The clock rolled over to midnight (EST) and it was 10 September, which is my birthday. I had just turned 44 years old.
At that point, my friends and I hopped into my Jeep and drove west for about 30 minutes. The clock jumped back one hour, because we changed time zones to CST.
It was 11:30 p.m. and the date was 9 September. It was the day before my birthday and once again I was 43 years old. I had successfully traveled back in time and made myself a year younger. Unfortunately, it only lasted for 30 minutes.
Oh well, that’s how it goes. The time travel trip was a ton of fun and something I will remember for the rest of my life.
For some reason, my family tends to have birthday clusters. This week we have three birthdays. Aaron’s birthday was yesterday. Buddy’s birthday is today and Gwen will celebrate her birthday on Thursday.
The next cluster happens in September. My mom will celebrate her birthday on the 6th and my birthday is on the 10th.
I think it’s strange how we have these birthday clusters, but it is also kind of cool.