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“practice makes perfect” or “repetition is humor”

28.08.2014
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“Play it again, Sam.” “If at first you don’t succeed…” “Oops, I did it again” “Lather, rinse, repeat.” “Who’s on first? (That’s what I’m trying ta tell ya!)”

Sisyphus rolls his boulder. An athlete runs drills. The addict shoots up again. Someone else dumps a bucket of ice water on their head, or alternatively drops the bucket on said head.

The sun comes up, you get dirty/clean, happy/sad, hungry/full, tired/rested, then the sun goes down, and you repeat the cycle endlessly (or at least “endlessly” as far as we’re concerned). We […]

“Our journey thus far” or “How I learned to hate video editing”

6.08.2014
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So it’s been a bit. To make up for it, I have a fun video! Just some bits of our trip to Tennessee for our TEAM Orientation. Enjoy!

TEAM Orientation trip, July ’14 from Chris Pousseur on Vimeo […]

“Meet them where they’re at” or “Get me out of this car!”

24.07.2014
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July 11th, 2014. It was a pleasant enough morning. The sun was shining just the right amount, the clouds were perfectly storybook, my wife was looking radiant and my children were smiling and happy. Fast forward 4 hours and the change was remarkable.

You see, we were going on a road trip. And while some of us are experienced road warriors armed with nutty buddies and portable DVD players, for others of us this was their maiden voyage. Sadly, no amount of movies or over-processed junk food could make up for the limited amount of wiggle room experienced (which […]

“Rice week” or “Finding what you really need”

22.07.2014
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A few weeks back, we had an epiphany.

We had too much.

Too much food, too much stuff, too much to do, and far too much complaining. I’m sure just about every parent has said to their child “There are starving children in Africa that would LOVE to eat those brussel sprouts!” I’ll admit, I’ve heard it passed around our table in its various and sundry ways, and it usually meets with the same indifference as always because after all, we DO have things besides brussel sprouts and broccoli to eat, and no one really feels all […]