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The GOOD Air & Space Museum Part 1

Being a in DC for over four months and having a ton of visitors, I’ve seen a lot the city has to offer.  With my parents visiting we have done a lot of things as well.  During their trip downtown at the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum, while I was working, they heard about this […]

JOYO beekeeper

Beeing Cool (no more puns promise)

So for the three people that have read some of the other posts, you might remember the post about me beekeeping in NYC.  Through that meeting of a beekeeper, I hooked up with a guy here in DC.  Besides a beekeeper, Pete is also a veteran who is starting a non-profit called Fields for Valor […]


HonorAir Knoxville

Last week I had the wonderful privilege of working with HonorAir Knoxville. This nonprofit organization takes WWII, Korean War, and Vietnam Veterans to Washington, DC for them to see the monuments that were built in their honor. Being in DC I found out there was a trip scheduled, and I contacted Eddie Mannis, who started […]


Destination Destin

I’m sure that this is not the first post, article, etc. with that title, but I still thought of it all in my own. So I got out of Capital City for a long weekend for a destination wedding in Destin. It seems like it was Destiny(‘s Child). If you’re like me, you like beaches […]


Where’s That Girl? You Know the Girl

I heard about the National Geographic Museum and as a future employee/contributor  I was very excited, since I’m a lover of Earth and great photography. They also have some of the best instagram feeds out there.  Anyway, off I went into the museum that looked like other art galleries.  The first exhibit, PhotoArk, was shockingly […]


Code Name “Handsome”

This Blog is best if you’re humming the Mission Impossible theme music why reading it.  However it’s hard type out, da da da da da da da da da, dununah dununah…. You get the idea.  So my friend Teresa was visiting from NY and had been here before so it was my responsibility to come […]


Man About DC

Well It’s been a while, and for that I am sorry.  Casey Neistat has encouraged me to get back to blogging.  It’s better to do something that isn’t perfect than to do nothing at he said in a fantastic interview with another motivating figure Tim Ferris. Well guess what I’m temporarily the Man About DC.  […]

Open Bee Hive

One Time Beekeeping in NYC

So there was the one time I found myself standing in the sculpture garden holding beekeeping equipment at the Museum Of Modern Art in New York City.  First things first, you need to say MOMA because that’s how most people refer to it and it makes you sound extra cool.  Side note, The Metropolitan Museum […]


I’m No Hero

It’s currently MN cold -2˚ and I’m high atop Beech Mountain in North Carolina for the 34th Disabled Sorts USA SPARC Learn to Ski Clinic.  My good friend Edee, who has spina bifida, has got me volunteering here for the second year in a row.  It’s great time where people with disabilities can come learn […]

Music City Sign

Nashville In a Day

I was asked if I could take some headshots in Nashville, so I thought I’d take my assistant/faux daughter for the day to see what we could come across.  I started with trusty Facebook to ask friends what they recommend.  Fifteen responses and all related to food.  I even made another request for non-food-related items.  […]