Valentine’s Day

Katie and I aren’t huge fans of overhyped, overcommercialized Valentine’s Day but we never turn down an opportunity for a special date night. Instead of going out to a restaurant, we always stay in and cook a special meal for Valentine’s Day. Usually we choose a specific culinary ingredient or theme and we alternate whoContinue reading “Valentine’s Day”

Sports Season Transition

There were two reasons to be depressed following the Super Bowl this year. The first was that Peyton Manning failed to win a second league championship. Colts special teams were poor and Manning couldn’t get any help at all from his receivers. Kudos to New Orleans, which played a great game of ballsy calls andContinue reading “Sports Season Transition”

Winter Olympics

The Winter Olympics have begun and I once again find myself captivated by numerous sports that I don’t understand at all. There’s just something so fundamentally interesting about assembling the best in the world for fair competition, no matter the sport or event. Relative to the Winter Olympics of 2006, these games have more meaningContinue reading “Winter Olympics”