Finally…

…an update!

Man…I haven’t updated in like a week!

Tons of stuff going on- getting tons of cards for Commons4Kids and finding groups of amazing folks to work with in the future. Getting everything set up to start streaming on Twitch and focus on Sharkfin Gaming.

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Blessed Myself

I wrote this back in 2016 and I still love it as much as I did then- over those last 2 years my charity has grown, my site has grown, I’m down 114 lbs and I’ve gotten another promotion at work. All good things that came to me based on hard work. My mom passed away earlier this year due to a lifetime of smoking and bad health. Life continues being life.

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If you post about religion, politics or just ignorance in general- I will usually say something- make fun of you, argue with you and then rip you apart with logic, common sense and facts….I’m an asshole that way.

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RIP Mom

Arlene Pendygraft Milburn, 63, died July 20, 2018. She was born in Parksville on April 8, 1955 to the late Ollie and Dena Harris Pendygraft. In addition to her parents, she is predeceased by four sisters, Doris Pendygraft Case, Margaret “Monkey” Bradshaw, Delores “Midge” West and Teresa Southerland.

She is survived by a son, Jerry W. (Jackie) Milburn II of Lawrenceburg; a grandson, Evan James Milburn; one sister, Millie “Pug” West of Junction City; two brothers, Jerry “Bucky” (Peggy) Pendygraft of Parksville and Nicky Pendygraft of Mitchellsburg.

The Graveside Service will be at 2 p.m., Wednesday, July 25, 2018 at Parksville Cemetery. Rev. Jamie Conn will officiate.

What A Year….So Far

2018…what a fucking year.

I told myself back on 01.01.2018 that I would completely change myself this year and I would not be the same person on 01.01.2019 and I guess the universe decided to help me out with that. I can honestly say that 2018 has been the single worse year of my life from almost dying in March to losing my mom in July.

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Big Week

I’ve said Sharketo is all about finding what works for you- you do the research but then you put that research into place and try to figure out how your body reacts to it. I did just that and had a HUGE week.

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