I made a video to remember and commemorate what happened! Thinking about when I did it and how happy I felt made my smile not leave while . . .
I proposed to Sarah on Saturday, August 28, 2018! This weekend we took a little vacation in New Orleans (that I planned as a surprise). On Friday we went to . . .
I love podcasts so much. I started listening to them in 2016 per recommendation of my girlfriend Sarah to listen to “Serial.” That was it. I was hooked. Season 1 was great. The story was . . .
Apple has just become the first US company in the world to reach a one trillion dollar market cap. That’s incredible. That’s so much money, and I wish they would give me some; but I’m really . . .
I've been really trying to get rid of paper in my life since I started college. Instead of taking notes in a notebook, I started taking notes in a notebook app on a laptop or tablet. I just really . . .
I’ve been really interested in learning ReactJS for a while now. It’s the new hotness, and everyone wants to do it. Employers are looking for this skill; and . . .
I’ve written 10 Weekly Artifacts posts. I’ll admit that I’m a little disappointed in myself for the quality of these posts. I feel like the quality has declined slowly every week. I . . .
Nurses played an extraordinarily important role in World War II. They saved so many lives and helped so many wounded. Often times they worked in the middle of war zones under incredible pressure . . .
The atomic bomb was the most devastating weapon used during World War II. The United States of America used two. They've never been used again for war in the history of this world. I like how . . .
Both sides needed to make the most of what they had during World War II. This vehicle is a prime example of that. It was a civilian car converted into a military vehicle. Each side did whatever . . .
These artifacts are in a case literally right outside my office. It’s a collection of items that caused destruction. I pass by these every single day; however, I’ve never really looked at them . . .
So Ready for Laughter: The Legacy of Bob Hope has officially opened at The National WWII Museum. . . .