When we told them we had them enrolled, they were happy. It's given them something to focus on and an opportunity to be with their peers.
They haven't asked a lot of questions
The reality is, we're homeless right now. This wasn't the challenge we were looking for at this point in our lives. But I can't tell you how much it's meant to see the love that people have shown.
Sadly for one million children, their future chances are wrecked by bad housing.
We just saw all the cars there and realised something had happened.
They were friends of my brother and they came around our place a lot
They were really outgoing kids. They were real fun, always had a smile on their faces. Normal teenagers -- always stayed out of trouble.
After his death, we moved back to New Orleans. We needed healing, and we didn't think we were going to be able to do that in Joplin. And, passing Ozark Memorial Cemetery every day that was going to be real hard.
It's very difficult, but we're lucky to have what we have
I feel fortunate because I have my family. They're healthy, and they're in the same place. ...There are a lot of other families going (through) a whole lot worse and our prayers go out to them.
I think the biggest thing that we are going to be able to do is focus on training, practicing, working on my starts, and taking each race one at a time.
I Worked in the family auto body shop, lifted weights, and rode a few Victory Sports Indoors.
Going to work around 8:00am at the body shop. After work it's either weight training or practicing afterwards.
The reason I formed my own band in the first place is so that I could step up as the singer.