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April 18, 2014 by aderenczau

It feels like just yesterday that I was blogging to introduce myself and Eagle Eye to you all.

Now, I sit here and find myself taking finals in two weeks and heading back to Maryland on a plane.

Before that last final is turned in, Eagle Eye still has two more shows to do.

That still leaves two more shows for someone to come in and get their hands dirty on a camera or teleprompter.

I can’t believe that this year is almost over.

They’re right when they say that time moves faster as you get older.

I don’t want this ride to end.

Stay tuned for more updates.


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