Sober for Lent, Now what?
Born and raised in Petersburg, VA, Anthony works as a State Farm Account Representative in Enterprise Rent-A-Car's Insurance Operations Department. In his spare time he can often be found wandering aimlessly, with camera in tow, snapping away. He's also a member of, the Richmond-based, Fools Day Comedy Troupe. Read his personal blog here and follow him on Twitter.
I’m not an observing Catholic, but I do like the concept of Lent. One gives up a vice for forty days in repentance, and therefore cleanses the soul. Hopefully, after the forty days is over, you don’t return back to your vice, you move on from it. You change the way you live your life. [...]February 23, 2010
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