Day 26 of NAPODPOMO brings the long awaited return of “Bullshit From The News.” Today I bring to you the tale of a stabbing over hotdog vendor turf outside a San Diego ballpark.
I Had Trouble In Getting To Solla Sollew: NAPODPOMO Day 27
For Day 27 of NAPODPOMO I am reading a book that holds a very special place in my heart, “I Had Trouble In Getting To Solla Sollew” by Dr. Seuss. I actually have a quote from this book tattooed on...Read more
Sooooo that sinus infection hasn’t gotten any better. As such I had to stay home from work today. But on the plus side, my wife and I got to check out the new remake of “The Oregon Trail” that just dropped on the Nintendo Switch. I’ll just say it now, they managed to find the perfect balance between nostalgic and modern styles with this game.
I know I promised to read “The Stinky Cheese Man” today, but unfortunately I got hit with a Thanksgiving sinus infection. So instead, I just want to say thank you to each and every one of you out there listening to me and my randomness, especially through all of NAPODPOMO.
Since I read a more adult bedtime story earlier this week, for Day 23 of NAPODPOMO I’m reading, the more traditional classic bedtime story, “Goodnight Moon” by Margaret Wise Brown.
Music: Relaxing Dreams by MusicLFiles
Free download: https://filmmusic.io/song/6787-relaxing-dreams
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Artist website: https://cemmusicproject.wixsite.com/musiclibraryfiles
I don’t know why, but on Day 22 of NAPODPOMO I’ve been unnecessarily productive. Out of nowhere I decided not only to clean the garage, but to build my long waiting workbench. I also made our pies for Thanksgiving… All while I should have been sleeping.
In 21 days of NAPODPOMO I haven’t really had any really random rambling days. I end up giving a rundown of my Thanksgiving menu, and spin the death of Power Rangers actor, Jason David Frank, into a secondary ramble about you the fans and my commitment to getting this show back on a regular schedule.
For Day 20 I bring to you one of the greatest bedtime stories ever written, “Go the Fuck To Sleep” by Adam Mansbach.