Author: Josh Gunderson

Room at the End of the World

Life in Central Florida has been pretty damn interesting lately. I came back from my vacation in California to what felt like a waking nightmare in the form of Hurricane Irma. We had gotten word while we were away this Irma was strengthening and heading out way, the first Hurricane of the season for us

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Chapter Two: Don’t Scream

I’ve been a fan of horror movies for as long as I can remember. Growing up, the genre was a go-to when we were at the video store (I might be old). My sister and I were obsessed with the likes of Alien, IT, Poltergeist and so many horror classics. It only made sense that the

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Somebody Once Told Me the World Was Gonna Roll Me

The theme of this past week seems to be “hurry the hell up and wait” which has been the most irritating thing in the entire world. First, let’s talk about that countdown that was going on over at the Halloween Horror Nights web site. A few weeks ago, the HHN web site announced its soul

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I Need An Old Priest, A Young Priest and a Nap

Well hello there blog people! It’s been a solid hot minute since I’ve bothered to update. Not for lack of interesting things to write about but, if I’m being honest, I’m lazy. There’s been a lot going on but not a whole lot at the same time. My countdown to Halloween Horror Nights continues! I’m

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Grilled Buffalo Chicken Stuffed with Mozzarella

What are you to do when you get a bottle of Frank’s RedHot in the mail? You start cooking! It’s been a while since I have posted a recipe so I thought it would be fun to play around with the sauce and try some new things! This first recipe is a super quick and

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The Runner’s Art of Listening to Your Body

So I mentioned last week that Erica and I would be heading up to Vermont to run the Mad Marathon in Waitsfield. You may also recall that I didn’t feel all that ready for this particular marathon. My last long run was during the Dark Side races back in April and between dealing with depression

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What Are We Going To Do About Danny?

With just 74 agony-filled days sitting between me and the opening of Halloween Horror Nights. Seriously. This is torture. To make things worse- it feels like announcements about the event are moving at a snail’s pace. Granted- I have never paid this much attention before. Last year, I was blindly aware of stuff going on

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