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The Life and Times of Casey Palmer — The Year That Was... 2018. (Featured Image)

The Life and Times of Casey Palmer — The Year That Was… 2018.

Real talk? I was done with 2018 months ago, but it wasn’t quite done with me. It’s been a challenging year. And not in the regular “working harder than any year before it” kind of way—hard in the losing friends and making enemies kind of way. In the […]

The Life and Times of Casey Palmer — The Year That Was... 2016. (Featured Image)

The Life and Times of Casey Palmer — The Year That Was… 2016.

It’s December 31st, 2016, and while I feel like the same Casey I was 365 days ago, everything’s changed. There’re now two kids who need me in their lives instead of the toddler flying solo just a year ago. And though I seem to change 9-5s more than some change their underwear […]

The 2015 Wrap-Up — How Casey Got His Groove Back (Featured Image)

The 2015 Wrap-Up — How Casey Got His Groove Back

It’s almost surreal that another year’s behind us as we gear up for another full one ahead. I hit Maker Pizza with my sister-in-law and her fiancé a few days back, and while we both had very different 2015s, we both agreed — the trip we took to Cuba back […]

The 2014 Wrap-Up: Darkness at My Back (Banner)

The 2014 Wrap-Up — Darkness at My Back

“Do you wanna, do you wanna be… happy? Do you wanna, do you wanna be… free?” — J. Cole, “Intro”, 2014 Forest Hills Drive (2014) 2014 was an insane year — insane. I started it out driving a rickety ZipVan across town to pick a glider up for my sleep-deprived […]

DO ALL THE THINGS: The 2013 100 Wrap-Up 91-100: The Last Post of the Year

We made it. Despite a 3-hour outage from my hosting provider, I managed to get this done. Thank you for joining me on the ride, and I’ll just leave this up here so I can go get my party on in these last few hours of the year. […]

#TeamTrolling group shot at Lou Dawgs Bar-B-Q

Putting 2012 on the Shelf — Here’s to 2013!

Another year gone, another year where we reflect on what happened, what we wanted to happen, what we wish had happened, and what we hope happens in the next year – our next attempt at getting life right. I don’t even need to think about it — 2012 stands out as […]

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