2013 in Review

2013 has been quite a year… January After finishing up our first Christmas celebration with our son and daughter, we reached out to our adoption agency to discuss what we needed to do to sponsor their older sister (who was not available for adoption). We received a reply stating that she was now available for[Continue Reading…]

Review: Zeke the Zombie Lost His Arm … A Children’s Book

Dan Allen is from Maine, he’s a follower of Christ, a father of four, and a husband to a great gal. He’s also a pretty good artist and a huge fan of zombies. Combine all of those things and you get Zeke the Zombie, the world’s first zombie book for children! (I think) The first in[Continue Reading…]

What is up with Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer?

I’ve always had fond memories of the old claymation Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. I have let my kids watch it and they seem to really enjoy it too. It wasn’t until the second time they watched it this year that I realized something. This movie is seriously disturbing. We start out by discovering that Santa’s elves[Continue Reading…]

ZAGG smartbuds vs. Skullcandy 50/50 Earbuds

I have gone through two sets of ZAGG smartbuds and am now trying out a pair of Skullcandy’s 50/50 earbuds. I’ve used them both enough to give a fair review of both. First let me say that I do not listen to music, but I am a hardcore users of these earbuds. I wear them[Continue Reading…]

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo – Movie Review

Just got back from the theatre, where Kati and I saw The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Kati had read the three book series and really wanted to see this movie. She commented that this is one the best adaptation of a movie based on a book she’s ever seen. I have to say, this[Continue Reading…]

My Experience with SSLs.com (formerly CheapSSLs.com)

I have a back-log of posts that I’ve been meaning to write and this is one of them… A few months ago I found myself in the position of needing to purchase and SSL certificate. This is nothing new to me, I’ve purchased many for many people, but never any for myself. I usually use[Continue Reading…]

Dinner at Mary Mac’s Tea Room

After the last ballet performance of the season by the Atlanta Ballet, Kati and I headed over to Mary Mac’s Tea Room to try out the food. We have a list of Atlanta restaurants to try out and this was second on the list. We ordered some Fried Green Tomatoes as an appetizers. They were[Continue Reading…]

Review: Sleep Cycle

A couple weeks ago I heard about this app called Sleep Cycle. Sleep Cycle is a bio-alarm clock that analyzes your sleep patterns and tries to wake you when you are in the lightest point in your sleep cycle. The app only costs .99$. It was actually the first app I have ever purchased. I[Continue Reading…]

Review: Mega Belt

A couple months ago I received a copy of Mega Belt by Nick May to review for Energion Publications. May’s goal in this writing is to write a believable fictional account of a young man named Gil. Gil’s life reflects the experiences Mays’ has had in the Bible Belt and with Mega Churches. May uses[Continue Reading…]

Review: Avatar in 3D

The Plot Avatar takes place on the planet Pandora. Pandora is inhabited by the Na’vi, a blue humanoid species, with feline characteristics. The Na’vi are also much taller and stronger than humans. Pandora is filled with wondrous flora and fauna, unlike anything seen on Earth. It also has large deposits of a rare mineral called[Continue Reading…]