This blog talks about the things that interest Joseph Pratt the most. It also talks about the events that are going on in Joseph Pratt's life! Also, occasionally, I will talk about some things that happened to me whenever I was younger, I will talk about a past blog post that I liked to write and I will also ask you guys some interesting questions as well.
Today, I would like to show you another present that I got for my 33rd birthday. It would be a blue “Dragon Ball Z” T-Shirt. Now, I already have an orange “Dragon Ball Z” zip-up hoodie, which is from Ripple Junction. I got it in the mail back in 2015 … and I like it a lot. The “Dragon Ball Z” T-Shirt, which is from Wal-Mart, is the second “Dragon Ball Z” shirt that I have ever owned. My neighbor, Michael Spicer, got me the “Dragon Ball Z” shirt for my birthday … and I really like it a lot. I would like to thank him for getting it for me and for allowing me to have a classy shirt of my own.
This is my new “Dragon Ball Z” T-shirt. I got it for my 33rd birthday. This is the second DBZ shirt that I have ever received. Four years ago, I got an orange DBZ zip-up hoodie in the mail.
Here’s a close-up shot of my new blue “Dragon Ball Z” T-shirt.
On May 7, 2019, me and Michael Spicer were able to wear our blue “Dragon Ball Z” T-shirts outdoors for a few short moments.
I would like to thank my neighbor and friend, Michael Spicer, for getting me a blue “Dragon Ball Z” T-shirt. It is a fantastic shirt.
As you can see here, I like my new “Dragon Ball Z” T-shirt a lot and I will be wearing it many times in the future. Thank you, Michael Spicer, for getting me a classy T-shirt for my 33rd birthday.
Next time, I will give you a chance to revisit some more of my blog posts from my blog’s third year. I wrote the posts in the summer of 2017.
Today, I am writing my 1,125th blog post down … and it will be about my Henley shirt, which is from Railyard Grill and Tap Room. This is probably one of the classiest shirts that I have ever owned. I got the shirt last month while I was at the restaurant. The Henley shirt is both light grey and dark grey … and the sleeves are 3/4 inches long. There are three buttons on the Henley shirt … and “Railyard Tap Room” appears on the front part of the Henley shirt. The shirt can be worn with jeans, shorts or dress pants. You can either wear the Henley shirt by itself or you can wear it over a T-shirt.
I bought the shirt for 25 dollars while I was at the restaurant last month.
Just moments after I bought the shirt back on April 7, 2019, I tired it on … and it would fit me perfectly. I snapped a selfie just minutes after I bought the shirt … and I snapped two photos of myself wearing the shirt four days later.
I bought my Henley shirt from Railyard Grill and Tap Room on April 7, 2019. I like the shirt a lot and it fits me perfectly.
I snapped two photos of myself wearing the Henley shirt on April 11, 2019. I wore it with shorts on that day. Here’s the first photo that I took on that day.
Here’s the second photo that I took back on April 11, 2019.
When I celebrated my 33rd birthday on May 1st, I wore my Henley shirt since I would be going to the Railyard Grill and Tap Room for lunch on that day. I wore my shirt both at home and at the restaurant on that day. Now, while I was at the restaurant, I bumped into Nicholas Ciesielski, who wore his Henley shirt to the restaurant then. He was scheduled to come in later in the afternoon, but he was nice enough to stop in early to wish me a happy birthday and to appear in a selfie with me.
I celebrated my 33rd birthday on May 1, 2019 … and I wore my Henley shirt from Railyard Grill and Tap Room since I would be eating lunch there that day.
Here’s a close-up shot of the shirt.
I wore my Henley shirt to the Railyard Grill and Tap Room on May 1, 2019.
On May 21, 2019, I went to the Railyard Grill and Tap Room for lunch … and, this time, I bumped into Cody Ciesielski while I was there. Cody worked with me several years ago at Bridgeville T.J. Maxx and he’s a terrific friend of mine. Cody and I both had our Henley shirts on while we were at the restaurant.
I wore my Henley shirt on May 21, 2019, since I would be going to the Railyard Grill and Tap Room for lunch on that day.
This Henley shirt is full of class … and I really like it a lot.
I wore my Henley shirt to Railyard Grill and Tap Room on May 21, 2019.
As you can see here, I like my Henley shirt, which is from Railyard Grill and Tap Room, a lot … and I hope you guys do also. It’s one of the classiest shirts I have ever owned. Please buy yourselves this shirt if you go to that restaurant.
Next time, I will give you a chance to revisit a blog post from my blog’s third year … and it’s from the Spring of 2017. I will give you a hint … I will talk about a shirt, which is from another classy business. The business is also in Bridgeville.
During the second half of my blog’s fifth year, I will give you a chance to revisit some of my posts from my blog’s fifth year. Today, I will give you another chance to revisit a post from my blog’s third year. I wrote the post in January of 2007 and it’s entitled “Celebrating 10 years of friendship.”
In the blog post, I was talking about my 10-year friendship with Justin McKean. We became friends at South Fayette High School on January 23, 2007 … and he was one of the three substitute teachers that I had on that day. All three of my regular teachers were off on that day. Since then, we keep in touch with each other as often as possible. Over the past 12 years, I have talked with him in e-mails and on Social Media … and I do bump into him in person either once or twice a year, mainly at our local festivals. He is also able to be cool, casual and classy on some occasions … and, in some ways, he has inspired me to follow suit in a way. Since I wrote this blog post more than two years ago, Justin is currently not a fellow WordPress blogger like he was back in early 2017. That may change in the future. All in all, Justin is a terrific friend … and I will try to bump into him at least one time this Summer.
Ten years ago today, I became friends with one of the coolest and classiest people that I have ever known … and his name is Justin McKean. On that day, he was one of the three substitute teachers that I had while I went to South Fayette High School on that day.
Since January 23, 2007, Justin has been my teacher, my friend and also my fellow blogger … and we still keep in touch with each other regularly. We also bump into each other once or twice a year at local festivals.
Back in July of 2016, I bumped into Justin at McSummerfest … and we took a selfie while we were there one evening.
On July 5, 2016, I bumped into Justin McKean at McSummerfest in McDonald, PA. We have been friends in one form or another for almost 10 years now. Since 2007, he has been my…
Just over one year ago, I bought my camouflaged Yeti shirt at Bridgeville T.J. Maxx … and I’m still “Built For The Wild” one yera later. I have worn the shirt a few times over the past year … and it gives me class whenever I wear it. I liked it so much, I talked one of my friends into buying one … and his name is Derek Cryblskey. The shirts give us class … and I actually talked about Derek in two of my blog posts last year. So, as you may have guessed, I am still “built for the wild” one year later.
I have now owned by camouflaged Yeti shirt for one year.
I have been able to wear my camouflaged Yeti shirt with class for just over one year now. I hope you guys like the shirt as much as I do.
This is the front of my new Yeti shirt. The word “Yeti” is in small letters. I purchased my camouflaged Yeti shirt at T.J. Maxx on May 11, 2018.
On June 8, 2018, Joseph purchased a light blue Yeti Coolers hat at the T.J. Maxx store in Bridgeville. The hat also has a little rope on it.
On May 19, 2018, me and Derek Cryblskey, who is one of my friends, were able to wear the camouflaged Yeti shirts with class. Derek is one of the classiest people that I’ve ever known.
On May 12, 2018, one day after Joseph purchased his Yeti shirt, he was able to wear it with class. As you can see, Joseph likes his shirt a lot!
On May 11, 2018, I purchased a new camouflaged shirt from Yeti. This is the back of the shirt. It says “Yeti” in big letters … and, underneath of the word “Yeti,” it says “Built For The Wild.”
For just over three years, I have owned a classy grey Pittsburgh Penguins T-shirt. I bought it for less than 10 dollars at Bridgeville T.J. Maxx. It was almost too good to pass up. After I bought the shirt at T.J. Maxx one afternoon back in May of 2016, I was able to talk my friend, Chuck Lazzini, who occasionally follows this blog, into buying that Penguins shirt at Bridgeville T.J. Maxx. We have been able to wear them with class over the past three years. I have worn the shirt with blue jeans, white jeans, dress pants, gym shorts, cargo shorts and even my blue and white Puma pants.
Joseph has owned the grey Penguins T-shirt for three years.
Here’s a close-up shot of the grey Penguins T-shirt.
Joseph is wearing his grey Penguins T-shirt with his tan-colored slacks in this photo.
Joseph and Chuck are both wearing their grey Penguins T-shirts with class.
My friend, Chuck, is wearing his grey Penguins shirt with class also.
I’m able to wear my grey Penguins T-shirt with class.
Today, I’m wearing my grey Penguins T-shirt with my tan cargo shorts and my Adidas sandals.
I have decided to put my “game face” on today!
Joseph’s hair is going up in the front.
Joseph’s hair is normal.
As you can see in these pictures, I like this grey Penguins T-shirt a lot … and my friend, Chuck Lazzini, is able to wear his with class on some occasions. I will try to wear it many times in the future.
Next time, I will give you a chance to revisit a post from my blog’s third year … and it will be about one of my friends. I wrote the post in late 2016.
During the second half of my blog’s fifth year, I will give you a chance to revisit some of my past blog posts … and, today, I will let you revisit a post from my blog’s third year. I wrote this blog post down in September of 2016.
In late September 2016, I wrote a blog post entitled “Mr. Classy Had An Assistant … For One Night!” In the blog post, I was talking about my trip to Bee’z Bistro and Pub in South Fayette. At the time, I had both of my grey MK jackets and I was able to talk “DJ Joe” into wearing one of my jackets for a little while. I turned him into one of Mr. Classy’s “assistants” for a while that evening. While he did a fantastic job in being his “assistant,” he turned down the chance to be Mr. Classy’s “assistant” regularly. He was able to wear the jacket with class and, in a way, he was able to follow Mr. Classy’s footsteps along the way. Nowadays, me and “DJ Joe” are able to wear the purple “Macho Man” shirts whenever we bump into each other at Bee’z. Of course, I won’t forget the time that “Mr. Classy” was able to have a fantastic “assistant” for one evening.
The very next day, I wrote my 500th blog post on this blog … and, since you guys are fantastic and since my blog is in its fifth year, I will also include the link to the 500th blog post. The blog post that I’m letting you revisit today is my 499th blog post.
Last evening, I went to Bee’z Bistro and Pub in South Fayette with one of my relatives … and I actually got to wear both of my grey MK jackets at the same time.
Now, for a few moments last evening, I was able to let my friend, “DJ Joe,” wear one of my jackets for a few moments … and he was able to become one of Mr. Classy’s “assistants.” Of course, I already have a “stand-in,” so I guess, in a way, this “stand-in” was filling in for my “stand-in” … or was he filling in for me? Well, who knows? Well, anyway, Mr. Classy did have an assistant for a few moments last night.
On September 26, 2016, me and DJ Joe were able to wear the grey MK jackets for a few moments. In a way, Mr. Classy was able to have an “assistant” for a…
Over the weekend, I saw a lacrosse game at South Fayette Stadium … and I really enjoyed it, even though one of South Fayette’s Lacrosse teams lost by one point in overtime. I still like South Fayette’s Lacrosse team a lot.
I bumped into one of this blog’s followers, Chuck Lazzini, while I was at the game … and we both had our green lacrosse pullovers on while we were there. Also, while I was at the game, I bumped into Chuck’s son, Dom. Dom is a very classy person. He’s also a classy lacrosse player. He played for South Fayette’s lacrosse team in the past … and now he plays for Mount Union’s lacrosse team, which is located in Ohio. I also wore my Mount Union shirt underneath of my top … and Chuck wore a Mount Union hat that morning.
Next time, I will give you a chance to revisit the first blog post from my blog’s third year. I wrote it in August of 2016.
Today, I’m writing my 1,100th blog post … and I would like to talk about a classy friend of mine in this post. His name is Nicholas Ciesielski. I have been a friend of his for at least a decade or so. He worked with me at Bridgeville T.J. Maxx a few years ago. He’s one of the classiest people I have ever known.
Nicholas now works at the Railyard Grill and Tap Room in Bridgeville … and I bumped into him there three times since the place opened back in the Fall of 2016. We had our Penguins jerseys on when we bumped into each other there the first two times … and, when we bumped into each other there just last Sunday, we had our Boston Terrier sweaters on for a few short minutes.
When I bumped into Nicholas at that restaurant in November of 2016 and in May of 2017, we wore our Penguins jerseys.
On November 26, 2016, I bumped into Nicholas Ciesielski while I was at the Railyard Tap Room And Grille in Bridgeville. We both worked at the T.J. Maxx store in Bridgeville a few years ago.
On May 1, 2017, I bumped into Nicholas Ciesielski, who works at the Railyard Grille and Tap Room. When he was there that evening, he was just another customer.
Now, when I bumped into Nicholas at the restaurant earlier this month, we were able to wear our Boston Terrier sweaters for a few short minutes.
In August of 2018, I bumped into Nicholas at South Fayette’s Community Day, which was in Fairview Park.
As you can see here in these photos, Nicholas is one of the classiest friends I have ever known … and, now, at times, we are able to wear our Boston Terrier sweaters with class. Who knows? Maybe I’ll bump into him at T.J. Maxx in Bridgeville someday.
Thank you, Nicholas, for allowing me to be one of your friends for several years. Keep being classy, my friend!
Next time, I will give you a chance to revisit two of my blog posts from my blog’s second year … and one of my posts will be about “Mr. Classy.” Any guesses?