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Where Monsters lie & other tales
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I started something, and I want you to be a part of it.
Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories is one of the most unique shows I’ve found in a long time with its wide assortment of characters, and utilizing a slice of life approach to its story telling, it has drawn me inside its warm lantern glow with each episode.
More than a pickup truck, he was a friend until the end.
And why you should be cool with doing it.
Finding something that resonates genuinely for my creative soul is rare, but when I do find it, man does it feel good.
I was 20 when I decided I didn’t want to be a useless person. I got up, went to Home Depot to get supplies to build a table, and promptly screwed that up when I got it to my then girlfriend now wife’s house.
I started going to IKEA and I haven’t looked back since.
When you start a story with, “I was on Twitter last night” it’s usually downhill from that point.
This is not that story.
As a Dad, like my Dad before me, I want my kid to know me for who I am and not for a mask I put on.
It was just a matter of when.