It's nice to post a discussion on the website once again. While I have been fairly frequent in posting a daily synopsis on Facebook during the work week, this space has been neglected for a while. I hope to come up with a format that better utilizes the website here that works in my daily life soon.
Since my mother-in-law passed back in early March, I missed the key college recruiting period for interns. With COVID restrictions lifted and in-person internships once again widely available, interest in what I do here was limited. Therefore, I will be operating this entity by myself going forward. I will do what I can, when I can, as best as I can. I will do my best to update as often as possible.
A cooler day with showers and a risk of a rumble
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