“I want to be infinite. I want things to be timeless… from every aspect of me. There are things you can’t buy with money. And one of those things is memories. Memories…. these memories [pointing to house], you can’t get back. Memories are what define you… that’s your legacy.
I remember living here and my mom was on crack… crack cocaine. My dad was an alcoholic. I was resentful of both my parents, but I realized I have to accept what it is and who they are. It made me who I am. You want what people deny you. Now I did the opposite… I have a stable life. I have a wife and kids. I have an appreciation for life because of those hardships.”
– 381 Michigan St. | South Memphis, TN