I live and work in Boston Massachusetts. I have an amazing wife and son who are both the centers of my universe. It is because of them that I first began to feel the need to write about my experiences.
When I am not waxing poetic about the lovely topic of brain tumors, surgery and post-op recovery struggles, I am a pretty straightforward person. I love the outdoors. Whether it is fishing, hunting, hiking, or skiing New England, I love to be outside. My hope is that I can introduce my son to all of these kinds of adventures in the years and decades to come.
Ultimately, I strive to be a positive person and navigate the day-to-day with that goal in mind. It is my intention to live my life with a sense of gratitude for what we have, rather than focus on what we may see as missing or imperfect. We will never be able to have it all, or live in an ideal world. I want to practice this idea of gratitude so that the negative events we may encounter along the way do not derail us.