The Disaster That Brought Me To Phoenix: Part 2

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The Disaster That Brought Me To Phoenix: Part 2 “Wow, you really banged yourself up good pal,” the doctor attempted to make conversation to take my mind off what he probably assumed was the painful procedure that I was enduring. “Yeah, I guess so,” I muttered weakly. I was in no mood for conversation. I wanted only to wallow and then, hopefully, figure out some sort of solution. As the doctor finished up and presented … Read More

Girlfriend For The Day – Stan Collins

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Girlfriend For The Day – Stan Collins It was around 1pm on a Saturday afternoon when I reluctantly rolled myself out of bed for a business meeting at Hula’s Modern Tiki. I was restless, and drunk, and tired from a long night of excess. Indeed, the debauchery continued well into the morning and I had gotten only a handful of hours as a result of it. I didn’t bother with a shower. Instead, I splashed … Read More

Thoughts on Motivation, Life, and Money

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Thoughts on motivation, life, and money – Stan Collins Boyd I haven’t done a post on my own blog in a while for lack of interesting topics in the world to write about. Knowing that it’s important for me to continue to write regularly, I decided to write about my thoughts tonight. After a long day of work, I began thinking about life and why we do what we do. Specifically, I was thinking about … Read More

Today I Lost My Grandfather, Stanley Boyd

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Three Generations of Stanley Boyd Three hours ago, I got the call from my dad that my grandfather had died. We all knew it was coming, but it still hurts. Stanley Boyd, from whom my father and I take our names, died in St. Louis at the age of 90. I take solace in the fact that he lived a long life. I am grateful that I spent as much time with him as I did, though … Read More