So with the demise of Taylor Gifts last month I find myself without… what’s the word, ah yes, employment. Although never officially told the end was coming, it seemed like it was a good time for me to set off upon the world. In retrospect maybe I should have stuck it out to the end, made a grand exit, and collect unemployment. Then again, something tells me that might have been difficult to do. I mean, who fills out unemployment paperwork when there is no one employed there?
I went out and saw the next movie in Marvel's continued quest to take over all superhero movies, Captain America: Civil War. Overall I thought it was a pretty good movie. The first Avengers is still my favorite, but that might just because it was the very first one. I'm also willing to bet it dripped a bit more of Joss Whedon, and I'm a pretty big fan of his work. Without giving away any of the plot lines beyond what the trailer reveals, I thought the movie did a very good jo
As I posted over a month ago, I departed from Taylor Gifts with Roger the Warehouse Monster. I said goodbye to The Duke of the Warehouse, Hungry Steve, and the Lovely Liza. After I left I departed on many adventures and casually stayed in touch with them. Without any sort of formal announcement, I noticed all social media feeds stop on Taylor Gifts, as well as their other brands: Get Organized & Better Senior Living. A few days later the websites for Taylor Gifts, GetOrganiz