I'm not a metal head, but I love the Indian heavy metal band Bloodywood. In their latest video, they tackle the twin scourges of depression and suicide.
Not my typical post, but Brian Gorman, a friend of mine, is a Christian singer with a single set to get some airplay on the radio. See what you think.
Want to watch mass chaos? Make Arizonans drive in anything other than sunshine. And when the monsoon thunderstorms hit? Yeah, it's not pretty as I've found out.
A Trump advisor needed a ride to the store from me last night and it wasn't to talk to the president's supporters.
Not really, but I felt like kicking her owner out after she broke a promise.
The Year of Sean has been going on for 364 days but sadly is coming to an end. One more official blissful day of freedom remains before I'm compelled by the Faustian agreement I made to look for a regular job. Of course, as the Houseguest pointed out, there could be a Year of Sean Part II if no one hires me.
Here is another chapter from my unfinished book tentatively titled Not Helping. It chronicles another facet of addiction. I wrote this a long time ago, but recently got it into shape. Hope you enjoy it and bring on the comments.
Trust is such an important element in any relationship whether it's one you have with your spouse, partner, coworker, family member, or friend. I mean, if you don't have trust, what do you have? The Houseguest was about to find out.
Okay, my sister sent me a video of her dog and it's hilarious.
Going to the post office is like going to the dentist minus the power drills. I hate it — but it's a necessary evil. And there was no avoiding it any longer. I had to go.