This past Summer wasn't exactly a memorable one - not enough hot days, saving money for my kids school supplies, unable to take a vacation this year - you get the idea. However, one night will forever stand out for me. One Friday night, my wife and I, in the spur of the moment, took our kids to go hang out at Coney Island! We witnessed attractions, boardwalk karaoke and a fireworks show that was as good as any display Macy's could even dream of conjuring for the 4th July. The best of times are the ones that aren't planned. Read my blogisode for my insight of fun and mystery! Can't wait to do it again!
With all that has been going on this past year, I just felt it in my heart to speed the message that we are all God's children. Hate can only go so far, causing nothing but further pain. We're not only this Earth for very long. Why waste your days with hate? Spread the love. Please
Thirty years ago in Bronx, New York, I went to Loews Paradise with my older brother on a rainy Tuesday night to go and see this great movie about rock n' roll, comedy and the most hippest vampires you've ever seen: The Lost Boys! I loved it then and thirty years later I still love it! But over the years its been compared to another vampire movie that came out around the same time: Fright Night! I briefly dissect both movies and give my honest opinion on which was the better movie. Wanna see which one I choose? Read on to find out!
Floetry Friday is the day I try to post something from a poetic standpoint, whether it be a poem I wrote or kicking rhymes on camera. This week I present a poem about something we need more of: Sleep! Sometimes Sleep is the first thing to be sacrificed to accomplish a goal. However, its our best friend in today's world, resting out bodies for the battle ahead.
Good day, my people – the mighty faithful of the 11th chapter! How you doin’?! Now, I guess that you’re wondering, “Where the hell did he come up with such a long and outrageous name?” LOL!! Fair question. Let’s get down the reason why. First off, I want you to know how thankful I am …
Everyone doesn't have the same views on holidays. Most of them don't even know the reason for the holiday except that it's a free day from work. Do people celebrate our Nation's birthday the same way because that's what society has programmed into our brains to think? Or do we truly know what we are celebrating? Or ever care on top of that? Read my new Blogisode to see what my family and I did. Also, what I really think about the Independence Day holiday! Enjoy!