Terry is the videographer of NARSOL’s Lives on the Registry. Most of the time, he is travelling to places where he will be interviewing people for the videos. Each morning he writes a journal entry about where he is – the weather, the scenery, the people. When he isn’t travelling, he writes his feelings and thoughts. Terry’s primary objective in everything he writes and photographs is to show those in darkness and despair that there is hope and light, and that they are within their grasp. This new feature on our blog, Terry’s Journal, will feature these daily entries. All photography is Terry’s.
So we’ll just jump right in with today’s entry:
2/13/2021 Good Saturday Morning; everyone; I am totally amazed! We made it through another week without any major blemishes, defects, or debacles; that in itself is a blessing. So, if you fall into that glorious group of human beings, then get someone to pat you on your back and go outside and scream at the top of your lungs…
” I MADE IT! ” Then wait patiently for the police to show up because you just woke your neighbor. Maybe we should re-think that last part. Yeah…I’ll keep my day job. Sooooo… Come fly with me.
Terry’s journey in art, writing, and photography started 46 years ago when he was 10 years old. Even though his road has been rocky at times and his past seldom as he would have had it, he has always been drawn to the beauty of this world and knows the future is yet to be known. He is currently working on NARSOL’s Lives on the Registry video project. His hope is that what he has to offer can open eyes and hearts to life anew and somehow guide others along the road to a better life.