My phone committed suicide.

In an unfortunate turn of events last night, my incredibly reliable (and really not THAT old) Samsung Galaxy S3 decided to commit suicide mid-scroll. I don’t really like using those terms but that’s actually what it says happened online. No warnings, no weird things happening before, nothing. The screen turned black and boom, no more phone for me.

SO, since I can’t get the things done that I needed to today on my phone, I have resorted to my virus-ridden laptop where I have to copy and paste every “s” and “5.” And yes, that included those. Also, just to be clear, I’m not complaining because it really isn’t that bad, I was just trying to add some context.

Anyways, now that I’ve gotten a good majority of that work done and I felt like writing, I figured why not try this out. Gary Vaynerchuk usually delivers pretty well in the advice section and honestly with how often he talks about it, I can’t believe I haven’t done anything on here sooner. But I’m here now, that’s what matters. I don’t know where I’ll go with this, or how often I’ll use it, but we shall see. I have some poems that I’ve written so maybe I’ll post those. I don’t know, let’s not get ahead of ourselves.

For those of you reading who don’t know who I am, which should be about 99.99 % of you (I had to paste that % in, thought you should know) hello, my name’s Matt Bourdon. For the .01% who do know me, how did you find this?! I’m seriously very curious. Back to those of you that don’t, I’ll try to give you a quick snyopsis of my life thus far, well the past few years anyways, and then I’ll let you get back to your day!

I’m 20 years old and from a very small town/village in Michigan called Ravenna, I actually mean very small, there’s like 1,300 people in the whole town. I grew up there, went to school there, graduated in 2013, dove into spirituality, met an amazing group of people, got life changed by said group of people, got involved in business and sales, moved 12 miles down the road to a slightly bigger town (4,000 people or so), traveled a bit, read a lot of books, met a lot of people, went through some depression, learned a lot of very valuable things and life lessons, met a girl, got life changed by said girl, have been writing ever since, created a YouTube channel and learned how to make videos, have been uploading almost daily there for the past 2 months, and now I’m here, writing this post, because my phone decided that it longer had the strength to carry on.

I basically am just on a path of self and creative expression through any and all avenues, so if you’d like to join me on that path, you’re more than welcome to come along, and if not, no worrie. Oops, forgot to paste the “s.”

R.I.P. Samsung Galaxy S3, hopefully I can find someone to restore your will to live.

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