The Most Iconic Building in Cleveland

It’s ironic that I live closer to Cleveland than Columbus but I spend more time in Columbus than Cleveland. However, Cleveland was the very first city I was introduced to as a child. I was about three years old when my mom was driving on I-480 to my aunt’s new appartmet in Willowick. I can remember her saying to me, “Hey Alex, look out the … Continue reading The Most Iconic Building in Cleveland

From the Quiet Shores of Lake Erie to the City.

Yesterday I had to do some typical errands which lead me to go up town to get them done. I can remember growing up how much of an inconvenience it was to live out in the country because you have to drive everywhere. The nearest mall is 30 minutes away, and if you wanted a more metropolitan mall with all the trendier stores, it was … Continue reading From the Quiet Shores of Lake Erie to the City.

Have Ya Stopped By the Beach Lately?

I did! But just for a moment the other day. It was pretty cold and very gusty. The seagulls or I should say lake-gulls (since this is Lake Erie after all) were rather enjoying the wind. They were taking full advantage of every gust that allowed them to windsurf and glide over the lake with such ease. As for the beach itself…well what can I … Continue reading Have Ya Stopped By the Beach Lately?

The Next to Perfect Sunday.

This past Sunday was nearly next to perfect. In the words of Hermonie Granger, “How can it be nearly (in her scenario headless) perfect?” Okay let’s rephrase that. It was a perfect Sunday. I had the day off. I usually work on Sundays. I know I am such a heathen! No worries, Papa and I have a pretty good relationship. We’re all good. I had … Continue reading The Next to Perfect Sunday.