Video games! Calling all freak and geek men

Update: 5/9 - It looks like two people are out.  Andrew has family down and Gordon has some other plans.  This is further evidence that these guys have to be freaks and not geeks ...

Kara's mother, aka Nana, and her brother, Brandon are coming up for a visit today. They will be staying for a week, all cramped up in our spacious abode. Brandon is 24 (I think) and lives at home with his mom. So to keep him feeling at home, I am calling all freak and geek man to join us for a video game hoedown. I have an Xbox with a few good multi-player games. We can get some munchies, drinks, and set up the Xbox for a few hours of good ol' fashion a$$ whuppins video-game style.

said a$$ whuppins to commence this Thursday night, 7:30 pm. My largest TV is 32 inches. Of course the bigger the TV the better. If the men are interested, we can hold it at someone else's house as well.

Are the Honaker's considering a change of last name?

Throughout the pregnancy of our 3rd daughter, we had quite a bit of trouble coming up with a name for her. Even after she was born, we still had no name. It wasn't until her second day out of the womb that we picked her name, "Emily Rose Honaker". Finally at yesterday's Cinco de Mayo event, Andrew got to meet Emily. We knew from that day forward that the two would be mortal enemies (but that is another story altogether).

Carson cuts loose at Native Bay

Carson Honker is a new father. But did you know he is a heavy drinker too? Milk drinker that is. The "guys" night out featured a wide selection of local brews sampled at a moderate level of consumption this thursday. But Carson was having none of it. "Solo leche" was Carson's refrain all evening as the "men of freaks and geeks" discussed bio energy, future bookstores, and a wide range of other heady topics.


It was the Law of the Sea, they said. Civilization ends at the waterline. Beyond that, we all enter the food chain, and not always right at the top. 

Hunter S. Thompson