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Remembering our Jessica

This weekend Katy and I made a trip to Memorial Gardens on the other side of Goose Creek on Main Road. It has been quite some time since we have visited her grave stone. When we arrived we found the faded flowers had blown out of the vase on her … [Read more]

Cries to defund the police

Why do we need the police? Simply put, some people do not know how toadult. They are unable to use common sense or make good decisions about life issues. Criminals will never stop being criminals and there will always be victims for those crimes. … [Read more]

Life is full of change

Yes, you read that correctly. We moved last week. The condo we were living in is being sold by the owner. We were given the first opportunity to buy but we are not in a place financially to do that. So, the search began for a new place to live. … [Read more]

2020 Year of the quarantine

We will look back at 2020 and remember it as the year of the quarantine. COVID19 also known as the Corona Virus or China Virus is a global pandemic which has many nations on lockdown. We are being told to go home and stay home in South Carolina. … [Read more]

Family photo

 This is my daughter Kristina and her dog Frodo. I love this photo of them. … [Read more]

Homelessness

This weekend we visited with our son Justin who lives close to downtown Charleston. Him and his girlfriend moved into a 3 story house recently. My son told us about a man who is homeless and lives under the bridge close to their house. He told me … [Read more]

Social Media detox and other stuff

Katy posted on her blog that she is going to try the social media detox for April. I guess you follow the calendar she has which details when you should or should not consume social media. I wish her lots of luck on that. As I think about it I … [Read more]

How to prepare your digital life for death

Guess what? We do not get out of this rat race alive..... eventually these vessels we live in will stop to function and exist. Our loved ones will need to be able to access our digital foot prints so they can memorialize us and shut things down. They … [Read more]

Back home from Asheville

My contract with TekSystems in Greenville ended prematurely on January 17th. There was no reason given other than the client called the account manager and said I was not a good fit for the role. I could say so much about this but I will be good … [Read more]

Retirement

Biz News published an article that you can read here. Retire at 55 and live to 80; work till you’re 65 and die at 67. Startling new data shows how work pounds older bodies.The data for this study is alarming and hits close to home. In order for me to … [Read more]