Friday, January 24, 2014


These last few days have been the first in a few years where I have been truly sick. And let me tell you, it SUCKS. I've missed 3 days of work and I'm about to miss a fourth today.

On Wednesday (yes, a day off from Domino's I missed) I met Charlotte the dietician. So the process of bariatric surgery is FINALLY under way. She was pretty cool. I'm tracking my food and have to "meet" with her over the phone once a week. And I need to try and lose around 40 pounds over the next 6 months. Not impossible but definitely a challenge.

Monday, January 13, 2014

SLO life

I'm moving to San Luis Obispo in a couple of days. Got my own studio in the back of a house. Hopefully this will be a place I stay at for a while. It's pretty big all things considered. $750 a month. Not too bad.

Sunday, January 5, 2014

San Diego Sports

January 5, 2014 will go down as one of the most memorable days in San Diego sports history. At least for me it will.

Most importantly, I just found out that Jerry Coleman has passed. What a great man. I'm not sure my words can to justice to him. I just loved listening to him do Padre games on the radio. I'm old enough to remember having the game on as I went to sleep at night. As the years passed I came to appreciate him more and more. And knowing how he served our country made you love him even more. I've never heard anyone say a bad word about the man. He lived a long and interesting life. I always thought of him as the "Forest Gump" of San Diego. I will personally miss him. San Diego Padres baseball will never be the same. Rest In Peace Jerry.

The Chargers... They WON! What an incredible ride they've been on the past 5 weeks. I thought things were a little shaky in the first half but I was very impressed that they made some adjustments and let Rivers throw more. I have this strange feeling they are going to win in Denver next week but then lose to the Patriots. My "official" prediction is that it will be a Seattle-NewEngland SuperBowl.

And My AZTECS... WON! Are you kidding me? Going into Kansas and dominating. Yes, I know they only ended up winning by 4 but they were ahead the whole game. I'm so proud to be an Aztec right now. Hell I'm proud of my roots. I'm never ashamed to brag to folks that I grew up in San Diego. Yes, we haven't had the greatest luck in sports but it's a wonderful town. And I'll always be a San Diegan. And an Aztec4Life.