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.
In June of 2016, I wrote a short blog post entitled “I’m no longer in the ‘Lyme’ light.” I said that my Lyme disease symptoms were gone … and I also said that I didn’t have to take my medicine anymore. I was inspired to write this blog post down because I wanted to let you guys know that I was no longer suffering from Lyme disease.
A few years ago, me and my grandmother went to the now-closed Star City Cinema, which was located in South Fayette, and we saw “Big Momma’s House” with Martin Lawrence. We both sat in the last row while we were at the theater … and, for most of that time, we were the only ones who were in that theater. Someone did come into the theater for a short amount of time, but the person didn’t stay there long. You almost never get an entire movie theater to yourself these days. We did not plan it that way. It just happened. We enjoyed ourselves at the movie theater that day. Sadly, Star City Cinema is now gone. The building has been torn down completely.
Several years ago, we had a red Chevrolet truck at our house. I also talked about it in a blog post a in November of 2015. Ironically, it was in one of my features, which is called “Joseph’s Flashback.” Well, today, I’d like to talk about the truck in another one of my blog posts. We owned this truck in the ’80s and ’90s.
I recently found a photo of me and my grandfather, Nicholas Papakie, Sr., hanging out by our old red truck. The photo is from 1989. Since my grandfather will be turning 75 this month, I’d like to talk about him very briefly in this blog post as well. It was his truck. As you can see in the photo, which is below this blog post, we both like this truck a lot.
Before I show you the photo, I’d like to remind you that I had to censor part of it for safety reasons.
Again, in November of 2015, I talked about our old red Chevrolet truck in a blog post. It was used in today’s feature, which is called “Joseph’s Flashback.” I didn’t have a photo of the red truck when I wrote that blog post back then, so I decided to include a photo of it in today’s blog post.
In the first part of this two-part blog post, I told you about a person who became one of my Facebook friends on August 24, 2014, which is also the day that I started this blog. Well, today, in the second part of this two-part blog post, I’d like to tell you about a teacher who became one of my friends on LinkedIn on August 24, 2014.
Now, I didn’t have this teacher for any of my classes while I was at South Fayette High School in the 2000s, but I would sometimes see this person whenever I would walk around the high school. The person’s name is Joseph Silhanek. We became friends on LinkedIn on August 24, 2014.
Thank you for checking out my two-part blog post on my blog this week. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I do. I will give you guys some more interesting blog posts, beginning next week. Enjoy your day!
As you know, I have a stuffed lamb at home … and I use it on certain occasions. He kept me company while I was recovering from my wisdom teeth surgery … and the lamb is starting to sleep with me on some nights.
Well, today, I’d like to tell you about a stuffed animal that I owned whenever I was a kid. It was a stuffed polar bear … and it was from Coca-Cola. I really liked it a lot. I may have gotten it as a Christmas present in the ’90s. I don’t have it anymore. I will remember it for a long time.
One year ago today, my aunt, Pauline Danesky, passed away at the age of 88. She was also my neighbor here on National Hill for over 20 years. I was able to say good-bye to her at a funeral home in Bridgeville just days after she died. She was laid to rest the next morning. I haven’t visited her grave site yet, but hopefully, I can do that just as soon as the weather gets warmer. I will remember Pauline for a long time.
Today, I would like to wrap up this two-part blog posts by talking about some more of my top blog posts from 2017. Now, these blog posts have been seen by various people either eight or nine times this year.
2017 was a very interesting year for my blog. For the next two days, I’m gonna write a two-part blog post about my top blog posts from the past year … and, today, I’m gonna talk about the blog posts that have been seen by various people at least 10 times this year.