Recently, due to some situations at work, I've begun questioning my career path and whether or not I've found my "calling." While I would consider myself a spiritual person, I'm not necessarily…Continue
"What are some of your favorite Christmas events in SLC?
Since I moved here, the wife and I never really explored the different holiday offerings. Now that we have a little one, I suppose I am wanting to become more festive.
"Nice to see so many other Utahns! I grew up mostly in Layton utah, currently living in SLC.
For hobbies, I enjoy reading, swimming, getting massages, snuggling with friends, and especially video games."
My pleasure. If I come up with anymore ideas I'll either start up a discussion or let you know. It might be worth trying to see if we can organize one night a month to have those in the group and men they know get together to talk about all things masculine...
Welcome to Man Bags and the AoM community! I think you’ll find a lot of great, interesting groups on here as well as fantastic discussions and people. Both my dad and myself have made some great friends on here.
In Man Bags, we talk a lot about Saddleback, but feel free to share with the group your favorite bag or company. This group is about bags of every stripe and color. Start a discussion promoting your favorite every day carry item. I assure you, you’ll find other people in the group who are like-minded. Not a fan of Saddleback designs, no problem. Tell us what you don’t like or what you’d prefer. I look forward to hearing from you in the group!
Hi there DH. Welcome to AoM. I see you have joined by son's group, Man Bags. Good move. Also, I would like to invite you to take a look at one of the most active groups here. It's my new group called The Great Debate. It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. In any case, good to have you here and welcome aboard.
"I can speak for my family - which contained at least 4 confederate soldiers in my immediate lineage.
I know they were opposed to slavery because they were buried in cemeteries in the Wesleyan Methodist churches they were baptized before the…"