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 is July 14th … and, today, one of my relatives is turning 60. Her name is Mary McAdams … and she’s one of my cousins. I get to see her in person a few times a year … and I do get to keep in touch with her whenever I can. She is a terrific person.
Today, I’m writing my 910th blog post for you guys … and, in it, I would like to talk about Route 910, which goes through northern Allegheny County. I have never ridden on the entire roadway before, but I have gone on parts of the highway throughout my life. I would usually ride on it with my relatives. I would go on a little portion of it whenever I would go to Soergel’s Orchards with my relatives. I also rode on another part of it with my relatives a few years ago. We would end up riding through the North Hills later that day. Route 910 is fantastic, in my opinion. It’s one of the best roadways in our area.
We are almost halfway through 2018 … and, in less than two months, my blog will start its fifth year. Today, I’m going to tell you about some of the blog posts that I’ll be writing down in July. One of my blog posts will be my 925th blog post. It will be about a very exciting thing.
Another one of my blog posts will be entitled “I have owned by H.P. computer for three years!” I will talk about my black Hewlett-Packard computer, which I have owned for three years. It still works very well today. In fact, since July of 2015, I have been writing my blog posts on my Hewlett-Packard computer. Before that, from August of 2014 until July of 2015, I wrote my blog posts on my old white eMachines computer.
I will be honoring two of my relatives in two of my blog posts in July. One of those blog posts will be entitled “Guess who’s turning 60 today?” One of my relatives will turn 60 on July 14th … and I’ll talk about the event in a blog post then. Another one of my blog posts will be entitled “One of my aunts is 75 today!” On July 26th, one of my aunts will turn 75 … and, on that day, I will talk about the event in a blog post.
Another one of my blog posts will be entitled “Our new bathroom is one year old!” Our new bathroom was being remodeled last Summer at around this time … and it was completed in early July. I will talk about the event in a blog post in July. It seems like we just remodeled it yesterday.
I will also use my features in July. Let me tell you how I’ll be using them this time.
Joseph’s Flashback-Joseph goes to Erie!
Joseph’s Moment Of Peace-Joseph’s little vacuum cleaner!
Joseph Has A Question For You-How should Joseph celebrate his blog’s fifth year all year long?
Let’s Talk About A Past Blog Post-Joseph’s New Classy Jacket
I hope you guys will check out at least one of my blog posts in July. They may interest you a little bit.
In an episode of “The Brady Bunch,” Greg wanted his parents to use “exact words” with him so that he would know exactly what they were telling him. Well, in my case, I’m asking my relatives and friends to talk clearly and specifically with me whenever they talk to me about certain things. Let me tell you what I mean by that.
Whenever you guys tell me that you are gonna go to a store, you would have to tell me exactly which store you would be going to. Are you going to this store or that store? Now, we have more than one Dollar General store near my house … and if you told me that you were gonna go to Dollar General, you would have to tell me which Dollar General store you were gonna go to. Are you gonna go to the one in McDonald, Cecil, Hickory, Canonsburg, Houston or Clinton? This way, I’ll know exactly which one of those stores you would be going to at a certain time.
Now, if you guys speak to me specifically and clearly about certain things, I would know exactly what you were talking about. This way, I can have many of the facts instead of just having some of the facts.
I hope you were able to let me make some things clear for you guys in this blog post.
At 6:33 yesterday morning, I turned 32 years old … and, just less than 11 hours later, I went to Bubba’s Burghers, which is located in South Fayette, with my relatives. I spent one hour at the restaurant last evening … and I really like it a lot.
I really enjoyed myself while I was there. I got myself a Bacon Ranch Burgher while I was there. I asked the waitress to leave off certain things on the sandwich … and, sadly, they didn’t do that, but I was still able to eat most of the sandwich yesterday evening.
Today is my first complete day as a 32-year-old gentleman. So far, my 32nd year on Earth is going fairly well. Enjoy your day!
30 years ago today, I became a first-time cousin whenever Sarah Smith was born. Since then, she has become one of the classiest cousins and friends that I have ever known. Today, I would like to wish her a happy 30th birthday. Happy 30th birthday, Sarah!
On March 14, 2018, “Mr. Classy” was able to spend a few hours in Pittsburgh … and he really enjoyed his trip to that city. Well, on April 4, 2018, “Mr. Classy” was able to take another trip to Pittsburgh. Again, he enjoyed himself while he was in the Steel City. Last time, it was cold and windy … and, this time, it was cold and windy again.
Mr. Classy’s first stop was Brooks Brother, which is located on Smithfield Street in Downtown Pittsburgh. He didn’t go inside of the store. He just stood outside of the store for a few minutes.
He then spent some time in Shadyside. Some of those places include Panera Bread and a bus stop, which is located near a local hair salon.
“Mr. Classy” went to Shadyside back on April 4, 2018. He went to several places while he was there … and they include Panera Bread and a bus stop, which is located near a hair salon.
He then went to Burlington Coat Factory, which is located on Smithfield Street in Downtown Pittsburgh.
He also spent some time on The North Shore. He was able to walk past PNC Park, which hosted the Pirates’ home opener two days earlier … and then, he had lunch with his relatives at The Clark Bar and Grille, which is located near PNC Park.
Then, at around 12:30 that afternoon, “Mr. Classy” was able to spend a few minutes at Fifth Avenue Place, which is located on Stanwix Street in Downtown Pittsburgh.
On April 4, 2018, “Mr. Classy” spent some time at Fifth Avenue Place, which is located in Downtown Pittsburgh.
As you can see here, “Mr. Classy” enjoyed himself while he was in Pittsburgh, even though it was cold outside. Hopefully, he will go there again soon.
I hope you guys like this blog post as much as I do. Enjoy your day!
Last week, I told you guys the name of the restaurant that I would be going to on my 32nd birthday, which will be on May 1st. The name of the restaurant is … Bubba’s Gourmet Burghers And Beer, which is located in South Fayette. I have gone there with my relatives back in August of 2014, just days after I started this blog. This is not the first time that I have eaten here. It will be the second time that I will be able to eat at this restaurant. Who knows? I may get one of Bubba’s “Burghers” while I’m there, but I’m not sure yet. I may get something interesting while I’m there. The restaurant is named after a local disc jockey named Bubba Snider, who does a show on Star 100.7 here in Pittsburgh.
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.