Traveling down the road of life, one word at a time.
As a child of the late 70’s and 80’s, I grew up on the western edge of Arizona. I spent my time split between the outside and the inside. I spent as much time in the water as I did on dry land, swimming in both the local pool and the lakes of the Colorado River. I traversed the local town on foot and on a bike, exploring abandoned building and turning copses of trees into defensible forts. I split my time inside between video games, music, and reading science fiction books.
My experiences laid a foundation for who I am now: a writer who loves to travel and explore new worlds. I’ve been to the top of the World Trade Center and knocked about the wilds of Yellowstone National Park. I’ve also traveled across the width and breadth of the USA. I’ve seen the majesty of God’s creation first hand, experiencing His love for me. The road of life has brought me to many stops I didn’t expect. This includes my current residence of Elmira, New York. I’ve traveled for thirty-eight years down this road of life and plan on traveling for many more.