About this blog

Runaway American Dream is basically a love letter. A love letter to my girl, to music, to life and to New Jersey; my second home. I love to write. Sometimes, just occasionally, I’m even pretty okay at it.

Our life over the past several years has been both marvellous and strange, though, sometimes I feel like I’m an accidental guest star in someone else’s movie. If so, the soundtrack is Springsteen and Bowie and the leading lady is my Jersey girl.

I should probably tell someone I don’t really belong here, but the plot is so damn intriguing that I kinda wanna see how it ends.

I don’t have a clue if anybody else will find our strange little story even remotely interesting, but, truth be told, I’m really writing it for myself and the woman I love anyway, so…

There’s a bunch of other material on here, so if the love letters are not to your taste, perhaps you’ll find something else to pique your interest.

If you have questions about any of the material on this blog, feel free to ask me.

The images (unless otherwise stated) are my own.

Thank you for taking the time to stop by. I hope to catch you in the comments in the near future.




All material appearing on this blog is, unless otherwise stated, the creative property of the author of said blog.


11 thoughts on “About this blog

      1. Thank you very much, What do you find intriguing? My blogs been called a number of things before but I don’t think intriguing was one of them, although I do like that term. Thanks again.


  1. Thanks so much for the follow on my travel blog. We have rather a lot in common, sort of in reverse. I was born in New Jersey, grew up in Nebraska, met and married an Australian (in the Middle East) and now live in Canberra. Life surprises. I’ll enjoy following yours.

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