Cape Coral’s where I’ve lived for most of my life and I had moved about a year and a half ago to escape its boredom. After all, it’s dubbed “cape coma” for a reason. I always head back though for the holidays to hang with the fam and such and each time (save for the family) am reminded why I don’t live there anymore.
Anyhow, I did have a nice time and an awesome Thanksgiving dinner and Christmas tree decorating session to close out the trip. Before I get to the pics, here are three things I’m continously thankful for:
-Your support: Seriously! Without you guys I wouldn’t be able to keep banging out new releases so thank you from the bottom of my heart!
-My family: For their never-ending support, belief, and encouragement in all that I do!
-Goals: To have a sense of direction that I strive towards everyday. I’ll get there sooner then later!
Not a bad work scenery would you say?
Ladies and gentlemen, you are staring at a bear testicle made into a pouch. When your uncle is a taxidermist these things happen. Rocky noms on skateboardsHe’s also obsessed with Donatello from the Ninja TurtlesCreative leftovers: Turkey egg and cheese bagel
Met up with my former guitar player Tom and family. This dude’s the first one in my crew to hold it down with a baby. Congrats guys, she’s beautiful!For no apparent reason than to kill time I took a stroll out to Pine Island. I was boredUmmm, interestingI have an affection for dumb statues, at least I admit itThen hit up some Iguana Mia’s. I crave this place when I’m away, bomb Mexican foodVeggie Quesadilla’s on pointSaturday I ventured out with the fam to grab a tree before heading out. We go to the same place every year, tradition
All in all a relaxing weekend and I’m already ready for Christmas.