Mr. Lacock born in Arizona, literally on the front lawn; I'm serious. That's what he told me. His birthday made headlines in the city, Buckeye, on 17 of April, 1970.
The oldest of 3 other siblings still alive, Brian in Oklahoma and Sarah Redlands.
There’s nothing precocious about Glen. What you see is what you get. He does his parenting the same way. Beth would make even the Grinch who stole Christmas crack a smile ever so slightly, but smile he will! I was moved by the stern loving direction glen gave Beth as she tried to sweet talk him into taking a detour to Carl’s Jr. At first I didn’t know what to expect but was pleasantly surprised and impressed as I listened to Glen demand order with “I love you” but I won't have you whining to get your way.
I wish more parents would try that sort of parenting rather than the usual “I’m going to count to 100 and then you can listen to me; maybe”?
His passion for his books is evident. His dream to become a writer and artist are not going to go away. He earned his moniker “Rubber Band Man” because of his resiliency to never give up. He has had many reasons to. Life has been uphill for so long but all the lessons have made him even heartier and has a great sense of humor. He has worked with homeless, a preacher and graduated with his 4 year degree from the University of Phoenix in 2011.
Glen is now finishing his Masters in MSIT. He has many accomplishments not to mention his beautiful children he cherishes so dearly.
He is another one of our contributors for Venice Spectacle. Please welcome him with open arms.
Where to find Glen Lacock online
Dance of the Fairies
by Glen Lacock
A short story about a woman that get a visit from a fairy. She found that her little girl and she has do what she could to save her.
The end the she find out a truth that no one would believe
To A Darker Brightness
by Glen Lacock
Published: September 25, 2010.
This is the story of Vitto and how he saves the human and vampire worlds from being destroy by a very old evil that want to destroy all the worlds.
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