This line, gently lifted from Jeromy's as-yet-to-be-recorded
autobiographical song "The Mississippi", deftly depicts his childhood
home - a trailer park in Ames, IA - demolished years ago to pave way
for new condominiums.
Only fond memories fill the otherwise dreary
surroundings of his childhood: feral cats, violent neighbors and a
makeshift junkyard the kids used as a playground. Too young to
understand poverty, but old enough to understand love, Jeromy would
find safety and solace in the arms of his parents, Mark and Kathy
Fast forward some 25 years and things are much different: he's
celebrating over 10 years of marriage to his high school sweetheart
Gretchen and they're relishing the wonderful little gifts that their
sons Wyatt (born Oct. '09) and Wilder ('12) continue to pour into their
After witnessing his younger sister overcome a brutal illness that
nearly took her life on 3 occasions between 2003 and 2009, Jeromy has a
new lease on life, a stronger resolve and renewed faith.
"I was made for Jesus and Rock 'n Roll."
크레이지슬롯 사이트A Year of Living
크레이지슬롯 사이트The Great Upset
The One The You Loved