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48 Years Old and Pressing the Baby Reboot Button

It’s been almost sixteen years since I held a newborn baby of my own in my arms. But come February of next year, that’s all going to change! That’s right, I’m going to be a father again! We are extremely…


Hub Hall Boston – A Gourmet Food Court in Boston

If you’re a foodie and have traveled through North Station, you’ll know that it has seriously lacked a decent selection. I have been traveling through North Station in Boston for twenty years and for almost all of that time people…


How it Feels to Be An Intensely Emotional Dad

I’m not ashamed to admit it now, I am an intensely emotional person. It is what gives my stories life, helps me relate to people, gives me strength, and also pulls me down at times. My family knows all too…


Living My Life With Complex Migraines

Not many people know this, but I have suffered from migraines for most of my adult life. I try not to let it hold me back, but there have been plenty of times that it has. Years ago (probably twelve…


The History of Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer

Christmas is important to me. Religious elements set aside, I look forward to having valuable time with my family. It is a chance to breathe and just snuggle with those you love. For me, three elements put me in the…


Hiking Cadillac Mountain’s South Ridge Trail in The Rain

We do an annual trip to Bar Harbor every year around the second weekend of October. The goal being: to see the leaves, enjoy the sites and just feel the fall of New England and nothing says autumn like Maine…


How to Make Sourdough Starter From Scratch

Last month I wrote an article on how to create my delicious sourdough bread. Several of you reached out to me and asked where you could get a sourdough starter. You really have two options: Get it from someone you…


A Father’s Perspective – Getting Pregnant in Our Forties & IVF

It can be a very frustrating thing for us humans – reproduction. We spend our youth trying not to get pregnant so that we can establish careers, get a house and find the ideal person to have children with. Then…


DIY LED Landscape Lighting for Your Steps

For a little over a year, I have had these cheap solar lights that mount on the stairs, walls, whatever. In theory (and for the first few months), they worked great. But after one winter they have oxidized so badly…


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