Depression Is A Funny Thing, it must be. Comedians have been sharing their tales of woe to laughing audiences for many years. I did a comedy show 3 years ago called Andrew Brown – The Most Boring Name In Entertainment. In that I talked about becoming a father at 19 years old. Not knowing where […]Read More Depression Is A Funny Thing.
The strangest thing to me in my quarantine was my calmer than normal, mental state. Especially when considering the events leading up to it (Read my last 2 Blogs). As someone who has been diagnosed with depression, I really didn’t experience any in that 2 weeks. There were some rougher moments. But we all have […]Read More My July, Definitely Not a Dry July. Part 2 of 2.
I know I only posted my June update at the end of July and my last BLOG was a big part why. Here is what happened next. When I left Queensland for Victoria to be with family, there were no restrictions flying in or out. Just some extra paperwork to say that I wasn’t sick. […]Read More My July, Definitely Not a Dry July. Part 1 of 2.
On Saturday 27th June, 2020 My little brother Pete, who had just turned 41, suffered a bleed on his brain and collapsed at his breakfast table. On Sunday 28th he was officially pronounced gone. Living 2 states away it was Monday before I could get down there to be with family. The Organ Donor people […]Read More My Little Brother Pete.
Sorry it’s late. Will talk about that in the next Blog. One of my inspirations to get started on this journey was seeing a photo my son took a photo of me using his VR headset back in December 2019. It took until late Feb 2020 to start but I DID start. At the end […]Read More June, 4 Month, JB and Me Update.
I love my kids, I love having kids, I love the stuff that comes out of my kids mouths. If for no other reason but to help me write these blogs. On the other side of that as well, these blogs will help me to never forget what they have said either. This is more […]Read More Language Of The Little People