What Kind of Parents Let Their Kids Do That?

Conspicuously skipping daughter number three is not an omission, but rather strategic timing. Stand-by …

Meanwhile, I have written very little about our youngest, Josiah, who is our only boy. That is by no means due to a lack of material.

Josiah is entering his senior year at Visible Music College, in Memphis, Tennessee. As you may have guessed by his school of choice, he is a musician preparing for a career in the Christian music field. You may have also surmised, by his genetic heritage, there is nothing normal about him either.

As a musician, Josiah plays acoustic and electric guitars, keys, violin, drums, and I may be missing something here. Naturally, he is a vocal major. He composes scores and does a lot of other music nerdy things that I don't understand even more so than everything else I have outlined.

His book is about halfway written and will be ready for his college graduation next spring. (No pressure!) No, I am not releasing that title yet. I have some entertainment for you of a different variety today.

What does a musician do when he wants to unwind? Evidently, he plays with fire … fire poi, that is.

CAUTION! This is real fire and it is really hot! DO NOT TRY THIS unless you have mastered the bolas! You WILL hurt yourself badly!

If you liked that, there is more. This video is featured on our son-in-law's YouTube channel, where there is also a multicam fire poi video.