Whispers in the Heart, Part 12

This week we continue on with the first chapter of my “Remnants of Eden: Evolution, Deep-Time, & the Antediluvian World.” God bless, and stay with me as the story unfolds with the next post…

Finally, on March 11th, 2009, I decided that I would email him, trying my best to be eloquent, mustering as much professionalism as possible. In spite my best efforts, I rambled nervously during those first few correspondences as I described the nature of my research and my need for professionals like him. I also informed him that, as it stood, I had no means by which to pay him, offering instead the only thing I could: a stake in the company itself. Four days later he responded informing me that he would be willing to act as a consultant in my venture, and we agreed to meet at his home on May 5th.

I recall driving there that day, my anxiety tormenting me relentlessly. The weather was gorgeous, sun shining brightly, casting dappled patches of light across the hood of my car as I drove along the tree-lined road to his house. My mind raced with the potential of what this meeting could hold, and likewise, with the myriad ways I could ruin it if I wasn’t careful. Within an hour I arrived.

As I stepped up to his house, I wiped the perspiration from my forehead and swallowed the knot in my throat, knocking tentatively. The door swung open and there, welcoming me with a warm smile, was Mr. Fred Reynolds.

As we sat, I warned him this was the first time I had actually met with an outsider concerning my work, and that I was quite nervous to do so. He quickly reassured me, and after a bit of small talk, the presentation began. I took a thick stack of documents and illustrations from the briefcase and began to explain my thoughts. Though I had given Fred an indication of the company’s goals, specifically that it was focused on commercializing biotechnology, I never went into detail about the exact nature of those products until then. Carefully, as Fred listened intently, I began to explain my plans…

The Story Continues with the Next Post…

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