The Year of Chad Everett Harris

2020 will be the Year of Chad Everett Harris. This will be the year that the last 1642 days of work pays off and things get back to my normal chaotic life that I love. This year will be filled with achievement, challenges, and excitement. It will also be a year of living in the […]

A Day Of Running in the Sun

It has been a long time coming but today, today was an amazing day. My day started out at 1:30 am with the arrival of my youngest son and dogs. I have been waiting for my son to arrive for a few weeks but there were things taking place in Louisiana that did not allow […]

I Do Miss New Orleans

It’s been three months since Chad Everett Harris left New Orleans. Yep, that’s me, Chad E. Harris. I tend to write in the third person sometimes. It is confusing but it is also better for story telling. I moved to New Orleans on 1986. I built a business, raised children, and spent several years enjoying […]

Getting Ready to Wreck It

The days of the revolution are coming to our global communities and this day comes once a year, I call it the ” Revolutionary Day” or January 1st. I have to admit, this year I need to make some changes. Over the last two years, I have been working on a project with some friends. […]

The Best Taco

Chad Everett Harris is a foodie at heart. Most evening Chad E. Harris can be found preparing an out of the ordinary dinner but he also loves a good taco. Brett’s BBQ in Rockdale, Texas make some legendary tacos that will make you dream of the perfect Taco Tuesday. I started cooking at a every […]

New Orleans Care Package

I left New Orleans 4 weeks ago with 3 pairs of pants, 3 shirts and a laptop to move to Rockdale, Texas to work on a project building the largest high speed data center in the world. I have enjoyed the adventure and the people of Rockdale have made my experience incredible. I did give […]

Jackson Square Tour

Jackson Square in New Orleans in located along the Mississippi river banks in the French Quarter. It was the birthplace of Louisiana in 1803, a National Historic Park, and the American Planning Association designated Jackson Square as one of America‚Äôs Great Public Spaces. Jackson Square is surrounded by history dating back to early 1700 when […]