This is why I came home

Make no mistake, Covid-19 is wreaking havoc across our country and (not making light of the impact at all) but I’m happy about it, in a way, because it’s brought me home. I moved back to Texas a little over a week ago and I’ve experienced more with my family and friends than I haveContinue reading “This is why I came home”

Rick Arnett’s questionable ‘Quarantine Cuisine’ and why he believes the PGA Tour returning at Colonial isn’t certain

Six of the PGA Tour’s Top Ten players have committed but it’s far from guaranteed the Charles Schwab Challenge will take place next month at Colonial Country Club in Ft. Worth, Texas. It all depends if anything drastically changes with Covid-19 pandemic between now and June 8th when the tournament is slated to begin. AvidContinue reading “Rick Arnett’s questionable ‘Quarantine Cuisine’ and why he believes the PGA Tour returning at Colonial isn’t certain”

Mike Doocy Changed My Life In 7th Grade

It was the Spring of 1996, I was in the 7th Grade and faced with deciding what to pursue in a “career research” project in Mrs. Kelemen’s English class. I had absolutely no clue so my teacher asked me what I like to do outside of school and I responded with, “sports.” I played absolutelyContinue reading “Mike Doocy Changed My Life In 7th Grade”

Happy Mother’s Day, From Your Little Sh*t

Show up. Try your best. Tell the truth. And be kind. While I’ve failed miserably at all of those things, at times, that’s what I’ve found are the most important traits I’ve learned from my mom. If you think about it, that’s everything you need to be a decent person and be successful. That’s allContinue reading “Happy Mother’s Day, From Your Little Sh*t”