(11/21/2017 6:17 AM) TJ: Another day.. no one around. I’ve been isolated from society. I need some music or some food. Maybe some candy (no, not candy, I have had enough candy). Once more I find myself wondering where it all went wrong, how a person such as myself could provoke such isolation, such solitude from the rest of the business. Perhaps it will force me … Continue reading Alone at Work
After I grew to a certain age, my birthdays have never been a big event for me. I never want a big party, go out to celebrate, or even receive gifts. I do not announce my birthday at work or in social settings because it really is not a big deal to me as it is to some. Keep Reading
Over the past few weeks, life has been a bit hectic with hurricane Irma hitting the coastline and making her path inland to the heart of Atlanta. In preparation for the coming storms, my wife and I had made plans to stay indoors and wait out the worst of it.
When I received a job offer and the request to move to Atlanta, Georgia, I never thought I could move in just four weeks. The amount of planning and financial resources needed to make such a move in a short amount of time, especially over the Christmas and New Years holiday season made me question if I would be able to arrive in time. Eight months have passed since I first arrived in Atlanta. During this time I have undergone a personal and professional transformation. Continue reading “Another Big Move”
It seems I still find it hard to find the time to write posts on a regular basis, something I find increasingly troublesome. Work takes so much of my time each day, that I feel as if there is no time to do anything extra throughout the week. I have determined this is mainly due to the distance I must travel each day for my … Continue reading Time, It’s always the time
Some history on my motorcycle. I own a Yamaha V-Star 650 Custom. This motorcycle is the first bike I have owned, and it was definitely not new. I have owned the bike for three years and in February of last year, I had a complete carburetor clean done with a maintenance. I have used the bike daily to travel to and from classes during my time at the University of Tennessee. Recently, since January of 2017, I have lived in Atlanta, Georgia and have not been able to take the bike. Continue reading “Stupid Motorcycle”