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1st Quarter Report – 2019

About a month into this year, I realized I completely forgot to include a resolution! So let’s get that one out of the way first. 12 Donations: This was one of the first ones I jotted down on my list … Continue reading

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Previewing 2019

Congratulations on making it through another year alive! This time last year, I was anxiously waiting Clemson vs. Alabama, Round 3. The bad news is that my Tigers got thumped. Hard. The good news is this year, I’m counting down … Continue reading

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Recapping 2018

As 2018 draws to a close, this has been a fascinating year to reflect on. Clemson got destroyed by Alabama 24-6 in the Sugar Bowl. Not a good start to the year Harper got the stitches in her face removed … Continue reading

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3rd Quarter Report – 2018

I’m all typed out from the last blog entry. So here we go. 15 Books: 3Q projection – 11.25 3Q actual – 11 Put me down for a four pack this quarter. I finished up the next three books in … Continue reading

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I Don’t Believe That Anybody Feels The Way I Do

Happiness is neither virtue nor pleasure nor this thing nor that, but simply growth. We are happy when we are growing. ~ William Butler Yeats Things haven’t been great the last couple of months. They’ve been less than great. Awful, … Continue reading

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Recapping August 2018

It’s been a bad month. A very, very bad one. Maybe the worst one. And I need an outlet. Mainly because I have an awful support system at the moment (sorry, not sorry). So let’s kick the tires on this … Continue reading

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Come To My Senses: July 13

Sight: A little bit of everything this week. I got to see a girl for Columbia breakfast Saturday… which turned into brunch. And it was good. I went to see my grandmother in the hospital Saturday afternoon. And it was … Continue reading

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