Tuesday, July 4th, 2017 is the day I lost my oldest and dearest friend. Edwin A. Dorsey, my father passed away and my world has been a little darker ever since. I do take great joy and comfort in the fact that exactly at 12:15 pm, he was instantly reunited with my mother who recently … Continue reading My Best Friend
All we really have, is that moment that's happening now. Right here, right now. The promise of growing old and having a lifetime of memories to look back on, for some, is an empty, unrelentingly cruel lie. A systematic elimination of memory after memory slowly erodes into a great void for that person who desperately … Continue reading Here and Now
Time is an illusion, there is always time and then there is no time at all. It is here and gone in the same instant. On the 28th this month I will turn 48 and for the most part, there is very little I regret about my life. One of those is that I did … Continue reading Life Lesson Series – Time Management
An incredible game took place Monday night between the Auburn Tigers and Florida State Seminoles has they battled for the BCS National Championship. By and large, last night's game was a perfect picture of everything that is right with college football and why we as a nation, love it so much. Yet, even in the … Continue reading All about Me
The longer I live the more I find myself asking the question...Why? Why do Cub fans get excited every spring and think that yes, finally, this is their year? Why is it that the things that taste the best are the worst for you and vice versa? Why is Taylor Swift nominated for best female … Continue reading Why bother?
I recently had the honor of speaking at a funeral to celebrate the life of one of the greatest men I have ever known. Below is a copy of my preparation draft leading up to that day. I decided to post it as a blog post because, outside of my father, no other person apart … Continue reading Living and Leaving a Legacy