My angels today were Sister Lisle, Sister Ketcher and Sister Reidhead. They took care of food and kids. My kids were also amazing to clean for me so I could work on some exciting music stuff.
I can’t believe it’s been 20 years! We hit the homecoming game all the way in Glendale where I went to high school.
We walked through the campus to the football field and a flood of memories came back. High school was difficult for me not academically but socially. I grew up in Mesa but my family moved just before I hit high school. The West side of Phoenix compared to the East side is like a completely different country and I was very peculiar there. I can look back now and see that all those experiences have worked together for my good.
I got to see a few fantastic friends and catch up. When they all left to hit the bar, I loved that they knew I wasn’t going to join them but I still called them out for assuming. I think it’s cool that after 20 years they still know my standards.
The best news for Amos today is that some of his chemo side effects are fading. He is starting to be able to drink cold drinks and even ice cream again but his feet are still really numb and stiff. Walking is difficult for him so I was greatful he was willing to take the trip to memory lane with me. Now his back is really hurting so we need to get him to bed.