Today was a special day…I made a new friend! When I met Chris, I knew this guy was a rambunctious boy full of life and a love for sports. But what I did not realize, is how he can change your view of how a little boy with special ability can exceed all predispositions and expectations.
This weekend, I was poking around on Twitter and kept noticing this promoted tweet popping up on my newsfeed. I really did not pay attention until about the third or fourth time I opened Twitter, it was at the top. I decided, OK…I will pay attention and read the tweet.
It is a beautiful morning downtown Anderson! Testing the rebuilt Phantom 3 this morning after extensive repair! Between the @djiglobal #Phantom3 and the @mavic_pro … we love our portable aerial cameras!
The future of content marketing is truly engaging the Generation Z audience. You think you heard enough about Millennials, well…try creating content for both Millennials and Generation Z simultaneously.
Colonel Ben graduated Clemson as the class of 1938, but more important served in World War II. Not only did he serve, but he was a prisoner of war where he did something that seemed so insignificant but has left a tremendous legacy.
As a prisoner of war, he took part in the Bataan Death March,
Water: The 534 Club
I will sprinkle clean water on you, and you will be clean… (Ezekiel 36:25).
Let anyone who is thirsty come to me and drink. (John 7:37)
I did it…I have joined the 534 club in Cange, Haiti. Actually…I walked these stairs twice. I was nervous traveling back to Cange to capture our water story. I was anxious; anxious that I would not be able to climb these steps given our last trip. These steps almost got the best of me.
It has been another wonderful trip to Cange, Haiti and once again…the children drew my attention. Everywhere I looked, children were smiling and happy. As I pointed my camera to capture this little girl playing under a table, her shy retreat from showing her smile was proof of the hidden beauty inside this little mountain village. #Canon #5Dmkiii
I am so proud of La-Keisha! She has truly emerged from her shell. She was so quiet during her first interview close to 9 months ago, now her confidence is so evident! #ProjectSearch has been a great influence on her professional life!
There is nothing better than a good ole fashion pounding, something I had never heard of before this past week.
“Pounding” is a tradition where a church family stocks the new pastor’s pantry and refrigerator with food. The custom dates back to the original Quakers
Looking forward our return to Cange, Haiti to tell the story how water is transforming a village; all because of Clemson Engineers!