Greetings from Missouri where the grass is always green and there is always something to do.
June 7th I permanently left New York City to live with my dad for the summer and to finish my autobiography “Reconciliation”. This book is the story of my life journey as a Gay Mormon. My hope is that is can be a benefit to others who struggle with this very issue personally or as a friend or family member. Everyone has something to reconcile. We are all apart of the same journey. This is just my story and how I came to reconcile being Mormon and Gay. If you would like to get a copy, please fill in your information below.
Back to life… Not only am I working on my book but I am finding great joy in helping out with the sundry of projects here. From gardening, using the tractor, cutting rebar with a blow torch, replacing breaks on the van, canning, pickling, building up the bank on the pond to more gardening, there is always something to do here in Missouri. Next week I am going to learn how to weld. That will be extra fun! I have been wanting dad to teach me this for 28 years! Dreams come true people!
The end of September I will be moving toPortland Oregon where I will be near to my bother, sister, cousins, aunt and uncle. I grew up and realized that family is important to me.
Back to the book… If you want a copy, please add your information below and I also have a 3 minute survey I would be honored if you would complete. 10 questions. This is to help get me published.
Thank you! Happy Summer.