Thanks! It’s a long time coming. I love the city, and I’ll look back fondly on my time living there, but it’s good to be home.Congrats! And at 38 I'm lucky I can sleep past 7:30 am and I don't have kids. It only gets worse.
I can literally walk to Medusa. Downtown Hudson is awesome. Plus, Rail Trail Flatbread Co has a great beer list (and great food) too.Nice. Would love to be close to Medusa all the time. As is, just waiting for the other brewery in Maynard to open because Battle Road is pretty meh (and the food is awful).
Yeah, Rail Trail is excellent. Old School House is also awesome Portugese food. Their morcilla is fantastic.Thanks! It’s a long time coming. I love the city, and I’ll look back fondly on my time living there, but it’s good to be home.
I can literally walk to Medusa. Downtown Hudson is awesome. Plus, Rail Trail Flatbread Co has a great beer list (and great food) too.
My five year old just got into watching hockey this year...I let him stay up and watch the first period of games during the week, whole games on the weekend (yes, he watched the game 4 OT loss against Tampa). He's super bummed, but right now his entire life is revolving around the start of next season.God damn, I miss watching the Bruins play.
My left stops, transitions, crossovers and stick handling are coming along nicely, though.
You're doing god's work here.My five year old just got into watching hockey this year...I let him stay up and watch the first period of games during the week, whole games on the weekend (yes, he watched the game 4 OT loss against Tampa). He's super bummed, but right now his entire life is revolving around the start of next season.
"Poppa! Only five months until October! Then we can watch the Bruins!"
I was talking to him about starting kindergarten in the fall- in September. His reply? "That's right before October when we can watch the Bruins!" I'm either a great parent or an awful one...
Awesome, thanks. I will probably reach out this season.you're down on the Cape right? Drop me a pm when you think he's old enough to hit up a game, we'll find a nice weekend matinee you can use our tickets for if you want.
Yeah...I worry sometimes. I was installing a hanging light fixture in my entryway a few weeks ago (note- always hire someone else to do this) when I saw my son (he had just turned 5) out back tossing a whiffleball to himself and hitting it. I poked my head out the back slider to say what up, and no shit...he looks at me and says (with a dead straight face)You're doing god's work here.
Its just a function of them absorbing what has been around them. My son is a huge baseball and hockey fan, just like his dad, weird right. I haven’t pushed it on him either, but then, in the winter hockey is ALWAYS on the TV, and in the summer, baseball, so it really shouldn’t be a shock that he’s picked up his dad’s seasonal rhythm either.I swear I don't push this stuff on them (my daughter has been skating since before she was 3), they ask to do it. My wife was a college athlete (D1 basketball walk-on at a prominent Big11 school, not a big deal) so she gets it, but I really do worry sometimes.
I’m dead, on the ground,” DeBrusk said. “I can’t feel my body. Zee was pumped I did it. And the next thing you know, he’s going for his second mile.”
Do NOT get your blood pressure checked today.I’m tired. Daughter decided to get up at 4am today and be super wide awake until I had to go to court. I’m on coffee #6.
Spectating, as in specifically following James Conrad and Philo Brathwaite (the guy I posed the video of earlier, on the same course/hole as I posted earlier) around the course for a round each since two are being played on Friday. Those two have backhand-dominant throwing styles like I do, throw many of the same discs I throw, and I think it would be cool to see them take on a course that I've played a few times now.Spectating?
No chilled mini keg?
I was trying to think of something witty as a retort but I'm not witty, so I had no response. And fuckin' right she did!Just fucking with you brah.
I'd make fun of your mom, but with you as a son, I think she's suffered enough.