It's a new year! It's now up to me to see how the early weeks of 2022 go. One thing I'm going to do differently, compared to past years: I'm not making Resolutions, "Wish Lists", or anything similar, other than a Reading Challenge for Goodreads (I want to read/listen to more than 20 books in … Continue reading Welcome to 2022!
For those who are/were regular readers of my blog, thank you for sticking around! For new readers, welcome to The Nexus!I don't have a really good reason why this is only the 3rd post since June, other than 'total mental exhaustion'. I could never seem to get going in a lot of things: this page, … Continue reading Return
"Settle For Nothing", by Rage Against the Machine, is today's background track. It's been a minute since my last post! So, what's been going on? ==================================================================== I'm still working at TRIMARC and just passed my 5-year anniversary! It's been a fun, interesting 5 years, monitoring the interstates in Louisville and the Northern KY areas. A … Continue reading Baaaack, back, back, back….
Here's what was planned for today:- work 'til 2:30 PM- get a Driver's Manual, after work- pick up my Warfarin prescription- get ready for Carvana delivery on Thursday morningInstead.... Work, while the day was dragging, went well. I got my Car Insurance paperwork printed and ready to go for Thursday. Insurance payment #1 came out … Continue reading July 21st, 2020
Random thoughts, observations, and updates on a Friday afternoon. I FINALLY feel like I'm getting back to a 'comfortable routine', after months of spinning my wheels! I cleaned my bathroom, cleaned the hall, cleaned the stove top, and swept the living room, things that I had put off for months due to mental and physical … Continue reading Short Circuits: Summertime
It is May 1st and I am fully vaccinated from Covid-19! I got my 2nd shot on April 7th. I cannot tell you what a relief it is to have those shots out of the way! I'm still wearing masks (they are mandatory on the city buses) but I now don't have to worry about … Continue reading COVID-19: ‘Safe at 3rd!’
As of March 10th, I do not have COVID-19. But there's better news: I finally received the first of 2 Pfizer vaccine shots for COVID-19! Yesterday (March 9th), a lot of local Kroger and Walgreens pharmacies opened up appointment slots; I took one for this morning, since I had already asked for the day off.It … Continue reading Covid-19 ‘Inside The Terrordome’: Dang, March!
As of February 13tth, I do not have COVID-19. I should go get tested again, though. 'The Frozen Tundra' title refers to an Ice Storm that hit Louisville and a good chunk of Kentucky on Wednesday. We got anywhere from 0.2"-0.5" of ice, enough to cause power outages, downed trees, and a WHOLE LOT of … Continue reading COVID-19 ‘Short Circuits’: The Frozen Tundra
(in no particular order) Women’s Smackdown Championship: Sasha Banks (Champion) vs Carmella: Prediction: Sasha Banks Winner: Sasha Banks Intercontinental Championship: Big E (Champion) vs. Sami Zayn – Predictions: Crews gets involved, costs Big E the matchWinner: Sami Zayn Winner: Big E I was a little surprised by this result, in that I thought an Apollo Crews … Continue reading 2021 Royal Rumble Results
It's been a while since I've made predictions on Pro Wrestling events. Sunday is World Wrestling Entertainment's (WWE's) 1st major pay-per-view (PPV) of the year: the Royal Rumble. The 'Royal Rumble' match itself is a Battle Royal: 2 superstars start and every 90 seconds after, another one enters the ring. There are 30 total wrestlers … Continue reading 2021 WWE Royal Rumble Predictions