Comic Con Revolution

I apologize for how delayed these photos are from Comic Con Revolution.  On the Saturday morning of the event it was very low attendance for cosplayers.  I was speaking with Mitch (@Primofox on instagram) about how I was getting ready to head back and see my Mom.  I spoke to him about how her condition was getting worse and how I wasn’t sure if I would feel relief if she passed or tremendous sadness.  About 30 minutes after that conversation I had my answer, because on May 19th 2018 my Mom died.  I wasn’t sure how it was going to impact me; all I can tell you is that I went into some serious depression.  I didn’t want to work on any photos I didn’t want to make new videos for my YouTube I just didn’t want to do anything.  I am ashamed to admit that I turned to alcohol for a while nearly every night which I know doesn’t help with depression.  Lucky for me I have an amazing wife who scheduled an emergency week long trip to San Diego to spend time with our kids and her parents.  I have to say listening to my wife’s parents each night telling stories or arguing with each other gave me a good lift.  I needed them, their banter reminded me so much of my own parents.  This is why you work through the little things the little arguments because when life hits you with the big issues your wife or partner is there for you.  I hope I am enough for my wife when she needs me.  She has been here for my two biggest losses my Dad and my Mom.  I couldn’t ask for a better partner in life, I love you Tracy.

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