I lost my first wife, Jeseca, to cancer eight years ago. Why start with that? Well, because it was the most difficult situation I’ve ever faced, and it has shaped nearly every action I’ve taken in my life since. Something happens when you lose the person you love more than anyone in the world—it forces you to consider a number of things: why you loved them,
Just looking at this familiar, but so far removed from present life screen is strange. It’s been so long since I’ve had the chance, or even the interest to write again. And now……well, where do I begin?
I made some changes to the site this week. To gain perspective on how long it’s actually been,
It’s been a long time since I’ve written, and I’ve missed it. I’ve made myself busy; I’ve spent time on other things and with other people. But now I want to come back here and begin a different journey. I want to explore what it is to be a man.
The boys are back again! Well, that’s not entirely true. Now they’re at their aunt April’s house camping out for the next few days, but at least they’re back in California. We’re just two weeks away from the second anniversary of Jeseca’s death and the beginning of the third official school year at The Rock Academy.
I heard Daughtry’s new album yesterday. I know it’s not out yet, but through Rhapsody I was able to listen to it a week before its release. I like Daughtry for some reason, and this album’s pretty good. One of the most touching songs is called Tennessee Line. It starts with,