In a matter of hours, I will walk out on the only professional industry I’ve ever known as a working adult. Television broadcasting, the career I dove into in college, that took me to newsrooms across the country and to an active combat zone in Afghanistan, will become an object in the rearview mirror. Along with the steady paycheck that comes with. Continue reading
There was no way to know what feeling to expect from my first meeting with David Saville. I’d heard about him, seen some of the extensive media coverage on him and the remarkable path he’d followed to Clemson University stardom. But you have to see these kinds of things for yourself before you can honestly understand or relate to them.
Some jobs open your eyes when you least expect it. You don’t run out on a gig looking to expand your view of the life circumstances which you face. But then — it just happens.