At one time or another we all need a shoulder to lean on. We all need someone to just listen to what we need to get off our chests, and in doing so, not judge us, or the situation. Let me be that someone for you. Let me be your safe harbor in the strong turbulent storms.
As you can see by the pictures, I’m a mountain to lean on. I’m 6’ 4” and 290 pounds. I’m not a sports car, I’m more like a diesel truck. I’m more about endurance, about the long haul and being strong enough to pull both of us through.
I’m understanding, patient, and non-judgmental. Sometimes we need to talk to someone outside our normal comfort circle. I’m willing to be that someone. For the last few years I’ve had my own storms to deal with. One of the toughest, and still ongoing ones, is my battle to fight cancer. I continue to fight on a daily basis, and refuse to let it bring me down. I never quit. That being said, it truly gives me a lot of insight and understanding into dealing with life altering storms, and the stress and emotional toll they take on us.
I love to read, and more importantly write letters. Letters mean so much to those of us behind these fences and walls. The letters are our life line to the outside world. Letters are a physical thing that we can pull out at any time and reread to lift our spirits and we feel the darkness creeping upon us. Each and every letter will be answered. And pictures, while not required, are always appreciated. I will continue to post pictures here when I can.
I’m well educated. I love reading all sorts of books. I enjoy exercising a few hours a day. I listen to all types of music. While I’m not really into football, baseball, or basketball, I am a diehard NASCAR fan. I was raised by a single mother, a mother who is greatly missed, but who taught me how to truly listen.
All ages, races and religions are welcome. I’d love to hear from you. All of us have our battles. All of us have our bad days. And, all of us need a shoulder to lean on during those times. If you find yourself in need of that rock, that lighthouse in a storm, that strong solid shoulder to lean on, I’m here. I’m here to listen, asking for nothing I return. I look forward to your letter, and thank you in advance for taking the time to write me.