Two Years Too Soon


Crazy to think how fast two years goes by when you’re living the life of an adult in New York City.  Alas, it has as of today, two whole years since I lost my hero, my dad.  I have written a few things about him in the past here so I’ll encourage you to read those.  This year though I sit here writing this at 9:40pm at night after just getting home from a day that started at 6:00am.  And, on top of that, I have another ridiculously long day tomorrow.  All of this means I haven’t been able to put the proper time necessary for a deserving post to honor my dad.  Instead, I’ll let you look through some of the pictures of the time we spent together because pictures are always worth a thousand words, right?

Until next time, Cheers!

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About Jeremy

Born and raised in the Hampton Roads region of Virginia, Jeremy grew up with the sand between his toes and the sun shining on his skin all year long. A "student of the game" in both baseball and golf, he wishes he had more time to enjoy them up in the Big Apple. A somewhat recent graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, more fondly called Virginia Tech, his studies yielded two bachelor's degrees. The first a B.S. in Human Resource Management and the second a B.A. in Public and Non-Profit Management. While he misses Blacksburg, the Home of the Hokies, he's embraced a new life in New York, where as Mr. Sinatra says, "... if you can make it here, you can make it anywhere." He currently works for New York City's premier volunteer organization, planning customized corporate service projects.
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1 Response to Two Years Too Soon

  1. Mom says:

    Words due say it all and then some! You were his hero too! Thank you for a trip down memory lane, now I feel really old!!!

    I love you son,
    MOMMY

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