gave up

I played my first game of go against someone I've taught where I decided to decrease his handicap. Beau only lost by two (not counting komi), so he's going from a nine-stone handicap to eight.

While we were playing, one of my paramedic buddies was recording audio of our conversation on his laptop. I was stunned when I heard it later in his car. It perfectly encapsulated...so much of what my experience has been lately...it was painful..the thing it reminded me of was who I saw on the buddy list of his laptop that I can't see anymore...It also represents something I was never able to do with the people I've loved the most..We're going to make a show or podcast or something, about our experiences in the health care field. Stay tuned.

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