What up? I know it’s been a while since the last post but I have really need the time to grow. Somethings have changed sons have stayed the same, but one thing is for sure I am almost to fame. People don’t know my name everywhere I go yet but the energy society gives me is one of admiration and respect. Truth be told up next. See you at the top..
Shout out to Bobby Caldwell for the title of this post. truly the writer of these words(RoD) have been trying to find the love within. It has been one hell of a journey but the feelings of coming full circle are in me. There has been so much going on in The Life of RoD, from near death car accidents, family members turned addicts, Shoulder surgery, being diagnosed with Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia, and P.T.S.D.; Finding love and losing it and finding it once more. Since the last post, it has been realized that life is such a fucking rollercoaster the best you can do is hang on and have fun because you only get one time on this ride in our reality. So to wrap it upi beacsue if your still reading your the greatest of all time. I love you be welll and may your dreams be incredible and may that be your reality.
Click the link below to watch the visual for the song Welcome 2 America by King RoD. Directed by Dre Lomack shot in Los Angeles, Ca this video was meant to be a show of effective mismanagement. something that had more holes than Swiss cheese but still had the same feeling of the supple dairy product. This video sucks but the meaning is great if you can see it. So take a journey and look between the lines of a bullshit foundation, what do you see?
Everett was very different from every other place I had lived in my life. My mom didn’t lock the doors, there were no bars on the windows, the only helicopters I seen were from the police now I was seeing personal ones. I had meet this girl she was the first kind person I had meet and through her I began to meet more friends of similar nature. I failed all of my classes the first year of middle school, I was in detention nearly every day. My father was still in jail. Looking back I felt like I was waiting for everything to go back to normal so I had no enthusiasm about being a scholar. When I figured out that I would probably never come back to California I tried to fix my mind around this and adapt to my situation. One day I was walking home from school and I meet Alex Tiff he lived around the corner from me and what connected us at first was the type of music we listen to. I was very happy to meet him and share as many interest as we did. Plus outside of Julia I didn’t have many other friends. I didn’t have a cell phone like many of the other kids so I wasn’t as connected in the loop but the moments I shared with people I had meet were genuine and innocent. Seventh grade brought lots of change sports were now an option my dad was up for parole things were again changing.