Louisville to Kansas City

I just got my hair cut and I’m feeling good about life. Its funny how such a small, unimportant change can make you feel like a better person. The girl who cut my hair did a great job.
Beth and I arrived in Kansas City Missouri about an hour ago. We left Louisville this morning at 7:30am give it take 10 min and we arrived in KC at 3:30pm local time. That’s back one hour. We stopped for about a total of 1 hour. All in all it took 7 hours. 30 min less than planned.
We hit a little traffic a few times. Even though it rained a little that didn’t slow us down. I hope the rest of our trip is safe because its dangerous out on the roads. The cars packed down and that doesn’t help because I have limited visability from the rear window.
We’re about to go to dinner after Bethany gets dressed. Talk to you guys later.


Saying goodbye (for now)


The old saying goes
“You dont know what you got till it’s gone”
Such wise words.

I have been filled with excitement about my move to California with my wife. I look forward to our road trip there and seeing all the people who have become my friends and family. But what happens after? What happens when I have been there for two months and it really starts to hit me that I’m here to stay?… This is my new home.

I love the city of Louisville Kentucky. It has been my home since I was a child. Its what I know. I wake up every day and it’s a part of my life. My backdrop, my playground, my community. I know the people here. I know safe places to be. I know where to go to find trouble. I know where the good food is. I mean the really good food. I know that just because it’s sunny right now doesn’t mean it won’t be storming in 2 hours. #ohiovalley. I know my mom loved this place and it will always remind me of her. I know I can always expect 264 to be backed up at Poplar Level. I know that if I need to get away there is a Heine brothers coffee somewhere nearby. I know few things are more beautiful than Eastern parkway in the fall. I know when the zombie outbreak hits I’m going to Knob Creek gun range.
So many things I will miss about this place. I’m leaving but this will always be my home. I hope I make you guys proud somehow. I’ll be back