happy – pharell williams


dar es salaam

dar es salaam, tanzania

old friends,
how much we’ve changed

old friends,
how much we’ve gained

old friends,
will we meet again?

a memory

I was gonna write about someone but I found that you have WordPress! John, first off, congrats for everything that’s happened since you’ve left FG. I know, seems like ages ago. It was. I wish I had expressed to you more how much of a role model you were for me back then. I really looked up to you growing up and I’m so glad that your family’s growing and becoming a more solid foundation for you. I have no doubt that you and Bo, the woman you asked to spend a precious lifetime together, are and will continue to be great parents. I hope that raising Ezri will teach you guys more amazing things about love at its finest every day. I was actually looking for my hyungisfat blog to see what crazy things I used to write, but it disappeared, as did your old blog. If you do get to see this, just know that I learned a lot from you back then, and still do. Don’t worry, I know you’re not perfect, but you were a good role model. Stay well, man.


You don’t play a game or color a picture with a child to show your superiority. Rather, you choose to limit yourself to facilitate and honor that relationship. You will even lose a competition to accomplish love. It is not about winning and losing, but about love and respect.

William P. Young