Last night, I had dreamt the synthesized score in the film Ex Machina, where creator Nathan (Oscar Isaac) was stabbed by one of his humanoid robots in the back with a kitchen knife while dragging his other humanoid robot named Ava (Alicia Vikander) after breaking one of her arms off. The dream consisted of a … Continue reading Can Dreams Mean Anything?
Have you ever experienced a point in your life where you felt stuck and you weren't sure what to do? Thoughts run in and out of your mind, continuously throughout the day, you're not sure what decision would be best to make. I was sort of dealing with that situation a bit a few days … Continue reading When the Time is Right, It’s Best to Move On
Just something I came up with for the new year.
This past Friday, as I was on my way home from work. I had stopped at an AT&T store to make a payment for the U-Verse service I have for both TV and internet. After dealing with another kiosk machine having connective issues like always. A rep rushed over to me and helped me make … Continue reading My Review Over the iPhone X
Is there a difference to someone being considered a baby-sitter or "stepfather" to a child they have no relation too? Only that the child knows your name and your existence in their life. That you were there for them when their biological parent was not. So frankly, they know you quite well. See about a … Continue reading The Father I Once Was
Not long ago I came to the conclusion that one day, I will end up desiring children of my own. Little ones running around showing off their physical appearance of adorableness thanks to my DNA. Although, I'm not that good looking. But enough to (hopefully) make my children appear cute and cuddly. Once that day … Continue reading The Desire to Have Children
In February of this year, I wrote my latest blog until I went into hibernation for mostly the entire year. Now that this year will end soon, I figured I would get back on the high horse -- that's the right term, right? Even if I don't receive any feedback from any of you readers. … Continue reading Don’t Call This a Comeback…