Why? Well because generally we experience the same daily occurrences, well now that he’s at home anyways, so you likely to learn more about what goes on in our house. I think it’s fun to see what he thinks is blog worthy. Read it because we have different writing styles, but mostly because if you want to know how Kyle feels about something you best hope he writes about it, so read it to better grip who Kyle is. Generally, if you ask him a question, you’ll get an answer, but nearly never will it have the introspection that Kyle puts into his writing. For instance I went back and read the entry where he generally blasts his former employer, and writes about the injustices of living in the US as an immigrant. It’s angry and quite raw full of the kind of language kyle never uses a loud. Yet I never really felt any of the emotion that jumps of the page at home, and I live with him. I love the way he see our kids, I love reading about that thing they do or say that stick with him.
Kyle doesn’t have friends (before you go getting all upset thinking “hey I’m his friend”) he doesn’t have anyone he talks to when I’ve really upset him, or to vent the frustrations of having a little guy who is just “more” than every other kid ( for lack of a better way of saying it), he has no one he turns to when he’s sad, frustrated, or even really happy. Think about it when was the last time Kyle called you to talk.? Kyle used to sorta have that kind of a friend, but lately he is so absent we’re not even sure if we’re all still friends or not.
I love reading Kyle’s blog, because there’s always something in there he’d never tell me. Not for the sake of keeping secrets, but because he doesn’t say those things out loud. I think it’s worth your time too.