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I would like to start off by saying Happy New Year, but I think it is too late into the year for that at this point. The year is already off and running, bringing with it the cold and rainy weather which traditionally follows January in Mississippi. While I thoroughly enjoyed the holiday season, I am always happy to get the tree taken down (we are now a fake tree family) and get the kids back in a routine.
Like many of you, I rarely take the time to sit back and appreciate things like I should. It is not until tragedy strikes that I take the time to count my blessings. Growing up in the 90s, my sports fandom from a basketball standpoint included the middle to end of the Jordan era, but I saw Kobe Bryant’s entire career. His tragic passing on Sunday was one that hit closer to home than others have in the past for me. I enjoyed watching him play, and while he certainly had his flaws personally, like many of us, his life post-basketball life is where he seemed happiest. After retirement, Kobe had essentially left the game of basketball until his young daughter, Gigi Bryant, became an avid player and fan. Kobe took her interest up as his own and became actively involved as a parent and coach.
Attorney with Markow Walker in Ridgeland, MS