September 24, 2013 – Almost gone

UntitledHi you guys! Hey, we’re getting ready for our trip. Got the car cleaned. I’m ready to go. It’s pretty cool actually cause you know, I’m breaking my routine. Remember, when you have TBI, life becomes therapy. Like I said before, just because your therapy ends, you don’t stop. Keep going. It’s really important. How else are you gonna get better? Sit around and watch TV? Anyway, it’s been pretty exciting getting ready for the ultimate road trip. I basically have a production editor, a filmmaker, two childhood friends that will drive and help me out, and Mom, who’s well, mom. It’s all gonna be fun.

Oh, Dad will be here to hold down the fort with our dog. He’s not coming on the trip. But check it out! I got an article in the NYTimes. My friend here will include a link. http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/09/24/double-vision-mirrored-in-photographs/?smid=pl-share

I hope you have a good week. We’ll let you know from the road where we’re at.

Love, B. Nice

P.S. I think it’s important I tell you I’m definitely not where I thought I would be. I thought, a few years ago, I’d be better off by now. I’m still a mess, but it’ll make it even more of a challenge. I just wanted to share that with you. Don’t forget to check out the NYTimes article. Yo, if the link doesn’t work for some reason, you can always google: lens.blog.brian.nice. That works. See you next week. Love, B. Nice

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6 thoughts on “September 24, 2013 – Almost gone

  1. Read your piece this morning, Brian, with a cup of coffee. You’re a very inspiring person, not just for photographers (or those like me for whom photography is a passion) but for all with TBI. Have a great trip, we look forward to your adventure. ~ Mark in NJ

  2. I am a TBI survivor too Brian. Make sure you get enough rest during your travels. I look forward to reading about your adventures and seeing more of your photography!

    JoAnn

  3. Hi Brian,
    My name is Mary,I come from Greece and I came across your story through the NYTimes article. I must admit I was deeply moved and I would like to express my infinite admiration to you. I wish you a magnificent trip and I will make sure to follow your blog.
    Please allow me to transfer your story to the Greeks who are suffering in many different ways for the past 5 years, because of the tremendous economic crisis.And if you would be so kind as to send them a message,I would be grateful.
    Keep calm! Stay strong!
    Thank you so much!
    Mary

  4. Brian, the open road is yours! Best wishes for your monumental journey. Please keep your many followers and supporters updated as much as possible. We are all living vicariously through you and your point of view.

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