There are no “right” words to type here, but I’m happy to hear that you are doing better enough to type and share your story. For too long these stories have been hidden in the dark abyss that only someone going through it knows about. Much love and healing to you.
As a fellow old-timer in the podcasting world, I was eager to read this from the moment you mentioned you were writing it.
I agree with you from start to finish.
I hope the people who need to read this, take the time to do so. Maybe you should record it as a podcast? ;)
As always Marcus, your passion comes through in everything you do.
Thanks for the shoutout in the middle of this. I remember that talk SO well and me thinking “damn this is the pool guy from our book” as I watched you own that little room and then the next year the big stage. Keep being you and doing what you do.
Another beautiful, needed and inspiring post. I’m passing it along to my kids and students in the hopes that it’ll help some of them with the road ahead of them.
I appreciate the shout out as well. That gave me a big old smile with my morning coffee.
For me they are the most obvious when the same account posts the same thing over and over and never anything else. They are typically overly generic.
There is also a trend where someone new will follow you and then immediately comment something overly generic on a post. The latest one that I’ve seen several times is “great…
Instagram is the perfect example of what I’m talking about and why I mentioned it in the post.
I use hashtags on my photos because I know they might help get my photographs seen by new people and I want as many people as possible to see and enjoy my work.
Thank you for all the amazing photos over the last eight years. You’ve captured and shared so much and I know I’m not alone in appreciating your art.
Can’t wait to see what you do next. Hopefully after a well earned vacation.