Profile for Wyatt Sanderman Day

User Avatar Joined: Sep 21, 2009 (12:01pm)
Updated: Sep 21, 2009 (12:05pm)
Profile Views: 2,763    ( Login to Shadow )
Login to Send a Private Message to Wyatt Sanderman Day


Wyatt is not writing in the 3rd person here, I am writing his profile for him and he has approved of its contents. You see, Wyatt is a very private individual; living with his wife, their 2 dogs in a humble abode on the banks of a branch that empties into Blounts Creek. Suffice it to say, Wyatt is way off the grid. His contact with the world is writing for us.

Wyatt hails from a small antebellum town in Georgia. He played football there in Washington, Ga., and then in the SEC as a tailback. He pulled two tours in the Vietnam War as a Spad pilot detached to the USS Ticonderoga. He doesn't talk much about that, just the football.

Wyatt wishes to continue his days lost in the seclusion of his upper Blounts Creek home: writing, painting, and otherwise rendering his world on paper and canvas. Wyatt has become a friend of our family here at Symbiotic Networks, and we pray for his days to be those of peace.


Latest Entries

( View All Entries By Wyatt Sanderman Day )
"Interstellar" is a film that begs us to consider the certainty of an imminent life or death scenario with few choices, with all of them difficult, and ultimately unavoidable.
Clark Griswold, the iconic well-meaning father of this age, shares his Christmas Vacation with us, and it is one that many of us will never forget.
I know where I was when Osama was killed by Seal Team 6. It was Sunday night in North Carolina, and I was no closer to that cathartic event than was Barack Obama.
Mary Surratt may have been a loving mother, but it would eventually kill her. Regardless, President Lincoln was murdered and retribution must be exacted, irrespective of the accused's culpability.
The film, "Gravity", makes two broad statements: Outer Space affords one magnificent visual beauty, and there is no place more dangerous in sustaining one's life force.

Back to Top