[dey-zhah voo, vyoo; French dey-zha vy]
noun. Disagreeable familiarity or sameness: The new television season had a sense of déjà vu about it -the same old plots and characters with new names. – Dictionary.com
The following series of posts recall some of the events of summer 2017 for Team Fowler, an endurance sports family living in Gilbert, SC. Greg, the father, is a marathon runner, while his nineteen year-old son is a collegiate triathlete at Queens University of Charlotte, NC. Mom, Angie, did her half marathon in 2014 and is now content to cheer them on. Greer, the youngest of the team at age thirteen, is a soccer player and occasional spectator.
Click the following link for part 1: http://keyofgf.com/deja-vu/part-one-56-seconds/
Click the following link for part 2: http://keyofgf.com/deja-vu/part-two-the-call/
Click the following link for part 3: http://keyofgf.com/deja-vu/part-three-summertime-blues/
Click the following link for part 4: http://keyofgf.com/deja-vu/part-four-shaka/
Click the following link for the fifth and final part: http://keyofgf.com/deja-vu/part-five-mamas-dont/