October 27th 2020

“Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all,”

– Stanley Horowitz

September 22nd 2020

Something new I learned at work today…

Did you know, that a cast saw uses vibrations to cut instead of spinning like a regular saw? I sure didn’t. When I saw the casting technician turn on the saw and run it across her hand I was a little surprised. I know casting saws don’t cut through skin, but I wasn’t sure how they actually prevented that. When the tech told me it was the vibrations that caused the saw to cut through the fiberglass, I became more curious. So I read some articles on it, and watched her do another cast removal. If you’re still curious on how it works or want to watch a video, click the button below. Thanks for reading about my random bit of knowledge!

“The beginning of knowledge is the discovery of something we do not understand.”

– Frank Herbert

September 21st 2020

Hi everyone! I hope you’re hanging in there during the United States sixth month mark for the pandemic. I know it is a strain on our mental health and physical health. Stay strong, and try to stay positive. You’ve got this!


I also wanted to apologize for my lack of blogging the last couple of weeks. I have started a full time job again and doing two classes for college. Trying to balance school, work and free time is proving to be somewhat hard. Once I get a handle on a good schedule, I will be posting more. Thank you for your continued support!

In light of today’s date, here’s a fun song:


“If you can stay positive in a negative situation, you win.”

—Unknown