Articles from June, 2013

Sexy in Montana?

Written on June 30, 2013 Categories: Events and Travel

Sexy in Montana?

Sexy boudoir snow capped mountains


Well i’d like to say yes, but alas, nothing even remotely sexy happened to me here. Well that is unless you count the few cruddy scenes from “The Hunger Games” audio book I was listening to. I think I had all three on the new Iphone I had. The story started out ok, but then just got whiny and wimpier as time went on.

Very cool lake in.....where the hell was this?? Well it was either Montana or Wyoming!

Whats the most important point here? Well…I have no idea whether these photos were taken in Montana, South Dakota, or Wyoming. I think for a time…I just…wondered. Sometimes I would forget what state I was in, and sometimes I would wonder back into a state that I had already left. I spent a lot of money on hotels, but that was the least of my concerns.

Wall Drug South Dakota Boudoir blog

On another day I ended up in a place called wall drug. Before I went in an old man approached my car and asked for change. I looked down at my pocket to check, and when I looked back up he was gone.

Where in the world is Walldrug? South Dakota!

The proprietors of Walldrug gave me free coffee and a free donut. I think they were just trying to get rid of me.

Sexy blue sky

I was taking a road trip from Seattle in the January time frame. I do believe their were record snow storms at the time, but I was having fun. Where was I going? It really didn’t matter where I was going. I was driving and looked over and saw Conan the barbarian in my passenger seat. I asked him what was good in life. His reply was something i’ll never forget, ” Crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of the women”.  At other times Conan refused to speak and would just whimsically look out the window. I could tell he was not happy being in the car. I pulled over and let him out. He walked off and did not look back. I pray that Crom sees him well in his journeys.

The Bozeman trail encountered on a road trip through Wyoming.

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    Diabetes and Moonbows

    Written on June 1, 2013 Categories: Events and Travel

    Diabetes, Moonbows, and the Air Force

    Showing the fresh spring at Cumberland Falls, Kentucky. His son doesnt let having Type 1 Diabetes get in the way of having fun.

     Did you people know I have a brother? We don’t talk that much. I’m most likely the worst brother on the planet.  Recently we were able to meet in Kentucky and took a trip out to Cumberland Falls. This was the setting for last weeks  hike. I’ve taken a few trips out here and its a great place to visit.

    Air force family visiting cumberland falls Kentucky. Type 1 diabetes doesnt get in the way of having a normal life.

    My brother does some weird shit in the Air Force. I have no clue what exactly he does. Whenever I ask, he tries to tell me, but my eyes glaze over about two seconds in. Most likely its a front or cover and he’s an assassin for hire.

    Cold hands in Cumberland falls, Kentucky

    Probably the worst thing about all this is that I have never met the kids. Turns out my brother and his wife have a kid with Type one diabetes. Also, one child possessed by Satan.

    Sponge bob beanies. Air Force family visits Cumberland Falls, Kentucky

    What exactly is Type 1 Diabetes? Well according to  “Type 1 diabetes is usually diagnosed in children and young adults, and was previously known as juvenile diabetes. In type 1 diabetes, the body does not produce insulin. Insulin is a hormone that is needed to convert sugar, starches and other food into energy needed for daily life. Only 5% of people with diabetes have this form of the disease.”

    The kids play at Cumberland falls, Kentucky.

    I have to confess, the above definition didn’t make much sense to me. I’ts not like of some kind of fancy gynecologist. Anyway, what did it mean to me?

    Happy smiles from the kids at Cumberland Falls, Kentucky

    What it meant to me is that I had to ask before giving him anything to eat. Sugars I mean. Basically this kid has one of the best eating habits and diets I have ever seen. Also, he’s got monk like discipline. Its pretty freakin cool.

    My brothers wife has to take a blood sugar reading often to prevent the Diabetes from hospitalizing the kid.

    Whats the bad side? Well it turns out their are a lot. Both short term and long term. For one thing the kid has to be a walking pin cushion. Take a hard look at the above photo.

    Air Force family visits Cumberland Falls, Kentucky

    Imagine if you had a kid and had to stick a needle in him about every three hours. Personally I think I wouldn’t like it. Imagine that if you slip up, just once, he could go into a coma.

    Throwing rocks and making silly faces in Cumberland Falls, Kentucky

    Those are some pretty terrible things for parents to imagine. However before we cue the sad music and whip out the tissues, go ahead and take a look at all the pictures again. See how happy and normal they look? Thats because they are, hey just have another hurdle to jump that many other families don’t have to contend with. They don’t let it ruin things.

    Comtemplating windchimes and making silly faces in Cumberland Falls, Kentucky.

    If your interested in learning more or donating to Diabetes, visit the American Diabetes Association.

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