Monthly Archives: July 2014
Brent’s 2014 Meal Plan Meal 1: 6 oz lean beef (sirloin, 93/7 beef, or venison) 4 oz steamed hashbrowns/ 2/3 cup of green vegetables.
Saturday I went for a quick chat with my trainer, Boyd who helped me loose an bunch of body fat 2 or 3 years back. Unfortunately, he’s now based in Salisbury, but since I’ve parted ways with Gold’s Gym, it’s probably for the best. There are some challenges to getting myself back into some sort […]
What can I say? I love this show. The teaser did absolutely nothing for me but I gave it a chance anyway and I’m certainly glad that I did. I mean, seriously what’s not to love about pirates?
I was in the building quite early today, an hour away from home. I find that with our new bull pen seating concept, it’s good to get a little focus work time in before the rest of the troops arrive. All in all, this idea of putting us all at what is essentially one giant […]
Summer in Carolina is HOT to say the very least. Thankfully, we’ve had some rainy weather that past week or so which has brought the temp down quite a bit. At work they’ve moved us into this joint team area they call “The Bull Pen.” It’s basically an entire window row opened up with one […]
It’s a great time to be a fan. The Strain, by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan is a thriller that tells the story of Dr. Ephraim Goodweather, the head of the Center for Disease Control Canary Team in New York City. He and his team are called upon to investigate a mysterious viral outbreak […]
Well, it took some convincing from one of my long time musical collaborators, but this evening I dropped the coin on purchasing a new Digital Audio Workstation suite. I spent 3 hours writing and demoing a new song with Neil Mabry on Saturday at is home studio dubbed cleverly, “Depression Chamber Studio.“
It’s been an interesting few weeks.Sometimes sticking up for what you believe in means either loosing a friend or breaking ties temporarily or even permanently.