On Grief

We pulled away from the curb, headed to the airport, my father was driving and I was seated behind him. His girlfriend was the front passenger and my wife was seated behind her and next to me in the backseat. I smiled Continue reading “On Grief”


A decade ago today I dropped everything and jumped head first into the unknown. Unhappy with the way things were going in my life, I knew a change needed to happen. I could not imagine spending the rest of my life in mediocrity, disliking my job, failing at love, and going to sleep each night feeling unfulfilled. As a dreamer of greatness, I decided to make a 180 degree turn that would change my life.

Continue reading “Home”