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Some Updates

5 October, 2010 (08:09) | Erlang, Family, Gaming, Life In General, Lynn, Tech, Uncategorized, Work | By: Brian

Things are super busy around here. Hopefully I can post more regularly again when they calm down. But the short list: Moved to Virginia with Lynn Attempting to sell the Condo in DE Got a software engineering job with Carr Astronautics Proposed to Lynn at Great Falls National Park in NoVA Started planning the wedding [...]

Around the Network

4 December, 2009 (15:37) | Family, Hockey, Lynn, WordPress | By: Brian

You may have noticed some changes on the other Blogs that I help admin. My mom, my sister and Lynn have all changed their themes around and have done some customizing. I’ve also created and started working on a blog-based site for my co-ed rec hockey team, the Bellevue Bearcats. The GM and I are [...]

A 25 Things Thing

31 January, 2009 (00:08) | Family, Gaming, Grammar, Hockey, Life In General, Lynn, Volleyball | By: Brian

This silly game has been running rampant on Facebook. I know there are a couple of people reading this who aren’t on Facebook, so I thought I’d copy it over. Do NOT feel obligated to copy this and do your own thing. I hate chain letter/forward games and try not to pass them on. 1. [...]

Upcoming Business

24 January, 2009 (11:48) | Family, Hockey, Life In General, Lynn, Mike, Volleyball | By: Brian

Just a couple of quick notes about what I plan to be up to. Hockey Schedule: Volleyball Schedule: This Weekend: Home cooked meals with Mom and Paul and watching the NHL All-Star weekend coverage Feb 5th: Lynn comes back to civilization! Feb 7th: Maz’s Bday Party in Philly! Feb 14th: Miles’ 30th Bday [...]

New Business

24 January, 2009 (11:26) | Family, Gaming, Life In General, Lynn, Mike, Railroad, Violin, Volleyball | By: Brian

“Do we have any new business?” Yes! In the last half year I’ve picked up some new hobbies. I’m sure some old ones have fallen off, but that’s life as an adult with ADD, right? Ooooh, shiny! I think the biggest new news is the acquiring of my new roommate, Mike. My old roommate, Dan, [...]

Old Business

24 January, 2009 (10:33) | Family, Hockey, Life In General, Lynn, Music, Work | By: Brian

Rumors of the death of my blog have been greatly exaggerated! Well, maybe not greatly. One of my new year’s resolutions was “to blog more,” and by “blog more,” I really mean “start blogging again.” But, the after-holiday schedule was almost as bad as the whilst-holidaying schedule. Now things have seemed to calm down a [...]

Finding Time

7 July, 2008 (16:35) | Family, Gaming, Hockey, Life In General, Mobile | By: Brian

Here I am again, sorry it’s been so long. I’ve been pretty busy after work lately and on weekends, and it’s been hard to write. However, I have made a change that will hopefully rectify that a bit. One of the many things that has changed since my last post is the acquisition of a [...]

Massanutten Was Incredible

13 May, 2008 (16:15) | Family, Life In General, Work | By: Brian

Last night I got back from a wonderful weekend vacation at mountain resort called Massanutten near McGaheysville, VA. There’s a range of ridge-like mountains in the middle of the Shenandoah valley, and this resort is nestled into a curved out half crater, like a giant U-shaped mountain. Friday morning I took care of some job [...]

Gaming Ennui

4 May, 2008 (13:44) | Family, Gaming, Lynn | By: Brian

So, the problem with getting really excited for new games that are close to coming out is the tiredness I feel toward the games I have here. I’m really excited for Mythos and Spore, so much so that I tried the demos for a couple of games similar to Mythos that have come out in [...]

I Survived Adult League

2 May, 2008 (08:47) | Family, Gaming, Hockey, Life In General | By: Brian

I made it through reffing my first adult league. It was definitely interesting and a bit different from doing little kids games. It moved a lot quicker, obviously. And it was much more physical with a lot more borderline rule infractions. With the little kids, it’s pretty obvious when they’re going over the top. With [...]