Who I am and Why I’m Here

67732_170443929633222_7912586_nMy name is Scott. I am 48 years old. I feel as though I have a lot of different life experiences to share, thus I wanted to make my blog public. My wife tells me I am very opinionated, thus this is a good avenue for me to express those opinions.

I will basically cover any topic in my blog. I have written about getting older all the way to, most recently, a One Direction concert I went to with my daughter. I am kind of all over the place, which isn’t good in the blogging world, I guess.

In my blog, I would love to connect with every human on the planet, but I know that’s not realistic, thus I will settle for anyone getting older every day and wondering what the hell is going on. Well, I guess that IS everyone on the planet.

If I blog successfully over the next year, I would love to have a hundred people or more following my blog. I want to find out how to get my blog seen by more people. I would like to have a big audience, possibly making a difference in someone’s life. The blog for me, I guess, is a sort of therapy for dealing with the thought of getting old



15 thoughts on “Who I am and Why I’m Here

  1. Oza says:

    Hello there..

    Going through your post, the growing old part hit my eyes..
    I just want to say, a great someone has said, as long you love someone (in your case Iam assuming it’s your family) your heart is young 🙂
    Looking forward to more from you.. 🙂

    PS. I will find out who the great personality is.

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  2. Opinionated is good for blogging – and people’ve already said – dads who take their kids for concerts are disappearing fast…so it’s awesome to meet another dinosaur who thinks that family comes first.

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  3. “My wife tells me I am very opinionated, thus this is a good avenue for me to express those opinions.” I’ve often said I blog just so people on Facebook don’t have to hear my ramblings or hear some 300 word essay on why my neighbor is an idiot. =]

    I look forward to reading more! My dad and I used to have a “date” on my birthday, dress up all fancy and have dinner at an expensive restaurant. They’re very special memories for me. I know your daughter will cherish hers with you.

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  4. Ashley C. says:

    I love that you went to a concert with your daughter! That’s so sweet. I’m 28 and my dad still takes me to concerts, though we’re seeing bands like Motley Crue and Steel Panther. I hope you two continue to go to concerts together as she gets older! 🙂

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    • Yes, being a divorced Dad, I try to take advantage of as many of those sitations that I can. The best was the show that I had the band sign my stomach to embarrass her. Photo is on my blog as well. The guys in the group loved the idea and ran with it.

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  5. Hi Scott! I found your entry amusing — I fit into the category of “wondering what’s going on”… geez, wasn’t I just 16? How is it that I’ve become a responsible adult with a job and a car payment? Why are my knees no longer cooperating with me? Yeah. I can empathize. And you qualify as Super Dad. I can’t imagine my dad taking me to a concert when I was a kid.

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    • Thank you so much for your kind words. I actually enjoyed the One Direction concert, which was a big of a shock to me. It was a lot of fun. I agree, where has the time gone. I still think of myself as 16 trapped in this body.


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