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Published on April 22, 2004 by in All Posts

Transitions For those of you who don’t know, I left my job at IndustryBrains a few weeks ago. It was time to move on. I have other opportunities in the works, more to come on that later. Yeah, yeah, it has been three weeks since my last blog. Find a new hobby if you had a void in your life. I have been splitting my time between NYC and Ithaca, and enjoying myself immensely. Living the simple life, sans Paris Hilton. Not a whole lot to report, other than leaving my job. Brief and to the point.

 
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Published on April 6, 2004 by in All Posts

Passing On Thursday I received a call that my Grandma Fenstermacher was in the hospital, likely for the last time. I got to Connecticut on Saturday afternoon, enough time to speak to her and hold her hand. She passed away early Sunday morning. I was asleep in an adjacent room when she passed. She had survived cancer three times, survived the great depression, and a number of other trials. She worked full time to support her family after her late husband suffered a stroke. While she was not really my grandmother, I had grown up calling her Grandma. She met my parents when they had a flat tire in front of her house in the late seventies. Her kindness that day led to a lasting friendship that turned into adoption into our family. She looked after me and kept me in line for the first 15 years of my life. She was a great woman, and when she chose to stop fighting against her failing health at the age of 88, we knew it was the right choice. She never made bad choices. She will be missed greatly by our family. We love you, Grandma!

 
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Published on April 1, 2004 by in All Posts

A dark Day in Blogdom Another casualty of the internet age… Jared has allowed his blog to slip into the great beyond. Apparently it cut into his making-faces-in-the-mirror time and his sitting time. It is indeed a sad day. I hope to be the conduit through which Juan Castillo can make himself head on the web.

Update: Leave it to me not to check the date before posting about this. There is one born every minute.

 
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