Sept 2nd

How do you start a hospitality blog? There's so much to talk about. First topic should probably be single space or double space after a period? I'm a die-hard double space kinda guy. It's how I was taught. Not that it mattered then (or now) but it begs a question - why is this a hard habit to break for something that seems so trivial? I'm willing to change, I guess. If I have to. It'll have to be a conscious effort. If I let it go to autopilot then I revert to my double space agenda. Dammit. Did it again. Thankfully, there's a delete button. I am thankful today. And mesmerized. And pensive. I got to hit the delete button a little in real life. I got spend time watching my friends do amazing things. Howzit. Huh. Doesn't translate. Bad segway. Naw. Because I wasn't able. There wasn't time. Eighty hour work weeks don't lend themselves to many sidequests. Especially raising a family at the same time. If it can be done with quality, I don't know any that do. That's not good or bad. It's reality. It's a choice. It's a stupid double space and backspace. I get to see my friends in their environment today. It's real. It inspires me. I want to see people succeed. The real success. The kind that can't be bought or sold. The kind that's built on mistakes. And failure. And growth. And just being genuine. I get to tell them too how much they inspire me. That's the best gift of all. Face to face. I get to look them in the eye and let know that they touched my life. I get to start my own sidequest. Double spaced. Delete.

Cumberland Park, Music City Brass Ensemble

Cumberland Park, Music City Brass Ensemble