It was a very busy month of July: CT rehearsals, CT performances, school work, podcasts and blog posts, and normal work! Anyone want to take a few days in August and work/march/play for me? 😉 I signed up for a program called 'Code Louisville': a free, 12-week program where you learn the basics of coding … Continue reading I Need A Stunt Double!
For those reading this on another platform (Facebook or Twitter), I have a blog-within-a-blog on this page, titled "A 'Borg and a Baritone". It's chronicling my Rookie Season with the Cincinnati Tradition Drum & Bugle Corps, an all-age Drum Corps based in Cincinnati, Ohio. I'll recap what the group worked on, what I did well … Continue reading Inside the Terrordome: “Spring, Finally!”
Starting on January 7th, TARC is finally implementing its new smart card-based fare system, called "MyTARC Smart Card". MyTARC is a card where you can load a certain amount of cash onto the card and pay for your bus fare via a swipe or tap on the new fare boxes. Bus fare is not increasing; … Continue reading Tales from the TARCside: “New Fare System, New Website!”
Checkup Results School - Midterms, tuition 'Tis the season to be frightened, Fra la la la la, La la la... HISS!! If there's one "Halloween" song that is guaranteed to make my playlist, it is this one: "Werewolves of London" - LINK - I'm starting to FINALLY feel in the Halloween mood! I think … Continue reading Inside the Terrordome: “Spooky Season!”
Local news station WLKY caught up with some rather... different TARC riders. Chris Chandler, Digital Producer for WLKY, filmed "Frankenstein" getting on the #71 bus (from New Albany, Indiana, through Portland, Russell, and Downtown Louisville, to Jeffersonville, Indiana), as a promotion for 5 haunted attractions around town. You can see Chris's report HERE. I like … Continue reading Tales from the TARCside: “Not Your Everyday Passenger!”
It's been a few months since I've had a 'Night Walk'; leaving 3rd shift back in early July makes it more difficult - thankfully - to have late-night posts. For those who have read, or are reading these posts, a tip of the cap to you! I am laying in bed, 2:30 AM Sunday morning, … Continue reading Night Walk: “Hindsight”
For 5 weeks, I have dealt with an Atria Flutter, a type of arrhythmic heart beat that's not not quite as severe as Atrial Fibrillation. A Flutter is where the top part of your heart beats out of rhythm (usually faster) than the bottom part. There are a few causes for Atria Flutter but from … Continue reading Inside the Terrordome: Cardiac Ablation