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  • Alexa Lima

    Alexa Lima

      I recently sat down with Alexa Lima and talked with her about how she started playing the piano, what are some of her creative influences and the direction her band, Waking Astronomer, is taking. It’s always interesting to me to talk with musicians. They’re so expressive and  put so much of themselves into their work you can’t help but be drawn into their world. Alexa sounds like she has a great start to her career. Hi, my name is […]

  • Building a Simple Compost Bin

    Building a Simple Compost Bin

      Maya and I recently moved into a new house in Decatur that came with a spacious backyard. Over the last couple of months, we’ve been trying to eat healthier, non-processed food and thought we’d grow a garden in our backyard. Off to the side, we found this empty containment fence that was totally overrun with fallen tree limbs, weeds and ivy. So we decided to build a compost bin inside that fenced off area. The area looked like it […]

  • Krispy Kreme Doughnuts: A Trip to Dessert Heaven

    Krispy Kreme Doughnuts: A Trip to Dessert Heaven

    Man, do I love doughnuts! Cream, glazed, jelly, chocolate, sprinkles, I even love them little doughnut holes: if it’s a doughnut, I’m eating it.   Hailing from Winston-Salem, NC, (and judging by my weight), I’ve had my fair share of doughnuts. For those of you that don’t know, headquarters was started in my home town. I can remember riding through the city as a kid, the aroma of freshly made doughnuts floating through the air (it helped mask that heavy […]

  • Praying Mantis

    Praying Mantis

    While enjoying a cool glass of wine on the porch, Maya and I noticed a praying mantis hanging out on the railing. Luckily, I had my camera with me so I shot some video. While filming, a lady bug landing on the railing just below the praying mantis. Now, this may sound a bit morbid, but I continued filming just to see what would happen. Good news, the lady bug survived. The praying mantis looked at it for a minute […]

  • Mohans Rule Aerial Silks

    Mohans Rule Aerial Silks

    This was one of the adventures Maya and Amy tried during their “Summer of Groupon” challenge. It was a bit weird seeing all this little kids hopping around like monkeys at the zoo and then there was Maya and Amy. I think they secretly enjoyed themselves but wish they had done this about seven years earlier. As a spectator, I gotta say it looks alot tougher in person than what you see on tv. But don’t take my word for […]

  • Ice Bucket Challenge

    By now, we’ve all seen the Ice Bucket Challenge, seems like everyone’s doing it these days. I knew it was for a good cause but I didn’t know anything about ALS, people living with the disease or how the challenge is helping so I reached out to Hope and Steve Dezember at Hope for Steve to get their perspective on ALS. They really opened my eyes to some things and I was honored they let me into their home. They […]

  • Mod Podge Rocks finds different adventures using Groupon

    Summer of Groupon

    A couple of months ago, I got a call from my friend Amy Anderson over at  Mod Podge Rocks and she told me about this cool summer adventure she wanted to record. She’d been picked by Groupon to participate in a blogger challenge that highlighted the many diverse activities that Groupon offers. I was a bit hesitant at first because of everything that was involved but once I heard about some of the cool activities, I was on board! I’ve […]

  • Baby Jokes

    Baby Jokes

      Hopefully the jokes get alot better! Check out these bad Baby Jokes! Check out Mohans’ Rule

  • Maison Fleury–Call to Action

    Maison Fleury–Call to Action

    Here’s an example of a “Call to Action” video I made for Corrina Sephora Mensoff, a talented metal sculptor here in Atlanta. Corrina was having an open house in north Atlanta that displayed many of her unique pieces. I was able to get a couple of testimonials from friends and admirers but the highlight of the day was checking out the spiral staircase Corrina helped design. The staircase stood three stories high and ascended from the ground floor all the […]

  • Water Jet Pack at Fort Myers Beach, Florida

    Water Jet Pack

      I saw this guy using one of those hydro jet packs down in Florida. I’ve seen them online and in videos before but it was really cool seeing one in person. I wonder how they work? I didn’t see any controls in his hand that regulate water pressure, I don’t know, maybe it uses foot pedals. Someone want to explain to me how these things work??? Anyway, I’ve added one more thing to my bucket list.