Monthly Archives: August 2009

Pic of the day

I always pull this one out when I am promoting positive attitude.

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Insensitive

Some may think I am insensitive when it comes to Katrina tributes and the fact that I view the city’s shortcomings as business as usual always instead of business since Katrina. I have had my fair share of trauma from … Continue reading

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Pic of the day

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One more post on the past

I spent yesterday at home mostly napping. I have had a long two weeks of work and needed to recharge my batteries. I did not think about what happened four year ago very much. This day four years ago was … Continue reading

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Remember

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Pic of the day

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Katrina Eve

It was Sunday morning, I called a buddy I work with and asked him to pick me up and take me downtown to the office. I did what I had to do to prepare the office for the storm. On … Continue reading

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Anniversary

It’s that time of year when my mind starts replaying the events of four years ago. For me it always starts on the 27th of August. My experience that weekend and beyond remain some of the most vivid of my … Continue reading

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Too Busy

This is a very busy time of year at work, I am burning out fast. I should be used to it by now I have had this job for a while now. One difference this year is that I am … Continue reading

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I love the smell of low barometric pressure in the morning

The heavy weather season is finally here. At least this year it waited until what I call the normal time of year to heat up. It seems like the last few years, since Katrina, the storm season got off to … Continue reading

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