Heroes Get Remembered, But Ledges Never Die

I want to preface this post with the information that I’m 5 beers deep and I’m not certain I have sobered up from last night. That’s your fair warning.

There’s a lot of people that deserve props in my life. But I’m not going that direction. The place I want to give a shout out to is an eight foot concrete slab in Bloomington, Indiana behind Woodburn Hall. I’ll start where all good stories start; the middle.


Sign Acrobats

In life, there are a variety of changes in many ways. Our streets can be bathed in the whitest of snow or blurry with waves of heat. Conversely in our own lives, one moment you be seen walking down the well-lit golden path to success, and in the blink of an eye, disappear down a dark corridor with an outlet known only to those who dare to wander down the path less-traveled.


The Corleones of Movie Rentals

There are some part-time jobs that stick with you forever. No doubt, I will never forget the time I spent working at Family Video during college. If you aren’t familiar with Family Video, it is largest chain of privately-held video rental stores spread primarily throughout the Midwest. “Committed to being your first choice in entertainment.” And I had the privilege of working at two different locations during my college years.