Monthly Archives for May 2009
Don't look now, but our good friends at Amazon are knocking $10 off your purchase when you buy $50 or more in Swiss Army brand products. It's a great deal… just in time for Father's Day. Keep in mind – … Continue reading
I don't know if you recall my fasicnation a few years ago with the Navigon GPS units. Fast forward to news that Navigon is pulling out of the US market. The economy combined with huge price cuts from Garmin pretty … Continue reading
To the brave men & women who have given the ultimate sacrifice for freedom, you and your families are in my thoughts & prayers.
Hurricane season officially begins next week. With that in mind, I fired up the generator today for a 15-minute run and double checked our hurricane supplies. Generally speaking, we're in good shape. I also checked my weather radio – an … Continue reading
In preparation for our Safari next month, I've been researching pants. Let's all pause to just let that statement sink in, because it's not insignificant. MONTHS… RESEARCHING… PANTS…. I mean, can you imagine spending MONTHS reading reviews, looking through detailed … Continue reading
One of my favorite traditions – fifteen plus years in the making – is our weekly date night. Even when it's just a quick bite to eat, I love going "out" with my wife.
There's an old saying about travel: It's not what you take with you, it's what you bring back that matters most. This is definitely true of our weekend trip to visit my family in Kentucky. Among the memories & tastes … Continue reading
I know I've been talking a lot about our Safari trip to Kenya, but that's not the only reason this summer is going to rock. I'm PSYCHED about this year's Sounds Like Summer Concert Series at Epcot. Here's the lineup: … Continue reading
Somehow, someway… I've gotten way, way, WAY behind on feeds, tweets and emails. If there's something I've missed, please Twitter @kevindonahue! I should be caught up by… well, soon. (I hope!) If you're having trouble keeping up with me, please … Continue reading
In 55 days, we leave for safari. The fun has already started – shopping, planning, and — oh, yeah — immunizations. Much more to follow – maybe even some shots of my… err… shots.