gogii: The CEO of GOGII, creator of textPlus, Scott Lahman was on ABC’s “Good Money” segment to talk about how to save money on your phone bill. Check out the full interview here. Scott talks about how we’ve become a “texting nation”, and phone calls are out the window these days. Texts are more efficient, and everyones doing it (in record numbers!)
I have a lot to be thankful for. Especially this year. I’m a firm believer in being thankful every day, but sometimes that doesn’t happen…you feel down, and just aren’t thinking about it. Thanksgiving helps with that. I’m thankful for Sarah. Not only is she the person I’ll be spending the rest of my life with, she has been there for me every second of...
“Drew Meets Drew”
Our friend Ethan Zohn is fighting the good fight and crushing cancer!@#@# Don’t forget, we can help too! http://www.BlameEthansCancer.com
"Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and...
30. Thirty. Out of my twenties. A cancer survivor. What the hell happened this year? Well, quite a bit actually. How can the scariest year of my life ALSO be the most amazing eye opening and rewarding year of my life? It’s freaking weird, yo. I don’t remember the 70’s. I kinda remember the 80’s - transformers and gobots and stuff. The 90’s was all Nirvana. ...
Awesome video from the 140Conference in LA! Some great scenes from the Price is Right too!
...And then the fog lifts.
The best way to explain how I feel after ever chemo treatment is like getting the flu every other week. Vomiting, insomnia, sniffles, chills, hot flashes, yuckiness, crappiness, muckyness. And then after a few days, the fog would lift a bit, and every day after that I’d feel a bit better. Then on my off chemo week I’d take off somewhere else. Not feeling perfect, but feeling good...
me: so who is going to play you in the movie?
mike demers: brad pitt, duh. you?
me: brad pitt.
mike demers: sweet, it's going to be a one man play.
That's not what I ordered...
…So I sent it back. I get emotional every time I think about those words. I’ve waited to type them for months. May 20th I sat in front of my Dr. while he told me that my life was about to take a detour. I knew from the phone call that it wasn’t good. Today, November 2nd, I sat there while he told me I was done. This was my last treatment. 12 of 12. 12 visits every 2 weeks...
Round 12 with Ivan Drago - tomorrow.
11 of 12 chemo treatments done. 12 of 12 tomorrow. Every single one being it’s own war with it’s own surprises, frustrations, panics, fears. Tomorrow I get to say “no more” and have my wish granted. Sometimes when I was alone in bed and hurting I’d cry “no more” over and over. It was my “why me”. I felt more in control saying no more...