Who am I?

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I am a Southern transplant living in St. Joseph, Missouri since 2002. Originally from the great state of Georgia, I have still not gotten used to the amount of snow this area gets, but I am learning to deal with it, painfully. I love sports, although I have never been very good at many of them. I love to read Dean Koontz novels, because of their transcendence beyond a particular genre. I took a hiatus from higher learning for a few years before getting back on track and that is proving to have been a mistake. Unfortunately, I have now accumulated a wealth of security experience that I never desired to have after having worked at the Kansas City International airport for nearly a decade. The job pays okay, but that is, unfortunately, all that it is to me. I want a career that will challenge me and provide a sense of fulfillment. Since I have been unable to obtain that job, I have turned to social media as an outlet both for networking and for ways to promote this blog. Hopefully, I will be able to entertain some of you as you get a little insight into me. Thanks again for reading.



3 thoughts on “Who am I?

  1. Nice to meet you! I feel the same way about my current job. Here’s to the search to fulfillment man! Cheers.

    Posted by becca3416 | April 14, 2013, 5:09 pm
  2. Hey, thanks for stopping by. I’m down here in the SW corner, South and Between Joplin and Springfield.

    Posted by Brother Jon | April 23, 2013, 11:45 pm

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