Medical emergency, no post or workshop today.

I apologize for sending out a postthis way, but I’m working off my phone in a hospital.  A close family member had a medical emergency last night, and I’ve been at the hospital all night. I’m afraid I’ll be here till sometime tomorrow.

Comsequently, I won’t be sending out a post today. Much more regrettably, I have to postpone tonight’s “Song Ideas: From Blank Page To Finished Lyric” Webshop.

if you are a member of the workshop series, I apologize. I’d email you directly, but my laptop (with your email address) is back at the house. We’ll reschedule.

Thank you for your understanding.

God bless,


19 thoughts on “Medical emergency, no post or workshop today.”

  1. Brent,

    I am a General and Vascular Surgeon in Pittsburgh who follows your blog, CLIMB, etc. If you have medical questions that I might be able to answer for you, please let me know via email. I can give you my phone# or you can get it from Johnny Dwinell (he knows me as doc7string because of my email). I pray everything turns out well for you, your family, and your ill loved one!


  2. That’s tough stuff. God give you and your loved one ALL you need as you walk through this… Prayers and MUCH love to you and yours Brent…

  3. Only lots of positive thoughts going your way & to your immediately family Brent!! You’ve got a lot of people in your corner that care & that are pulling for you!! Wishing that you & your immediate family to get through this as quickly & safely as possible!!

  4. Hi, everyone. Thank you so much for your support! Our family is doing well. After an ambulance ride, ER visit, and surgery, we’re back home and focused on recovery. Everything’s gonna be fine. It was a really scary night, but we’re good.

    Again, thank you!

    God bless,


  5. So sorry to hear of this Brent, but happy now to hear all is better!

    That’s a VERY sickening feeling and load to carry. I had a similar experience where my daughter had to be flown to Arkansas Children’s hospital, but neither my wife nor I were able to ride in the helicoptor with her. As we raced to the house to quickly pack a bag for overnight and our hi-speed 2hr drive to catch up with them, I remember seeing the helicoptor fly over our house and just being in a catatonic stare. It was the loudest sound, that created the most deafining, dead quite in my head. I’ll never forget it.

    Glad to hear your wife’s doing better and congrats on the boys as well. Way to keep it all goin’ and afloat my brutha’!

    —-Ah,…..the life and times of a good family man!

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