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Come To My Senses: September 29

Sight: Normally I wouldn’t make a big deal about a Boston College game. They’re not good. And even though the game was tied 7-7 going into the 4th quarter, Clemson won 34-7. So it wasn’t even really exciting. But my … Continue reading

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Come To My Senses: August 4

Sight: Let me paint you a picture… Monday night, I’m watching the last few episodes of Season 3 in Game of Thrones. I get to The Rains of Castamere, which I find out later is the Red Wedding episode everyone … Continue reading

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“I came back to you broken and I’ve been away too long”

The start of the New Year has been less than ideal. My hours at work have been brutal and physically beating me down with little to no end in sight. Clemson lost the only National Championship in my lifetime in … Continue reading

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Cowardly Faces, Beautiful Places

I was born and raised in South Carolina. From Beaufort to Summerville to Irmo to Mt. Pleasant to Clemson to Chapin, I spent the first 29 years of my life growing up there. I have aspirations to move back. My … Continue reading

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What I Learned: August 15

My new job was a mistake. I left my last department because of the lack of leadership. A month after I leave, the manager is fired for the state of the department. So I inquire about the position and I’m … Continue reading

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What I Learned: June 6

Last Friday, I managed to get myself invited to a regular Friday lunch crowd. It’s a little game of Charlotte lunch roulette. One guy keeps a list of all of the decent restaurants in the area on a spreadsheet. Then … Continue reading

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What I Learned: May 9

Australians have the best accent. I trained a new guy at the shelter last Saturday from Australia here on a two year work visa. He had to leave his two labs with his family when he came over, so he … Continue reading

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