When I was forced to leave my life in Minnesota behind and start all over in Tacoma, I had another challenge on top of learning to live with a traumatic brain injury: how to start a new life in a place where I didn’t know anyone. I had no idea how to proceed.
Isaac Peterson grew up on an Air Force base near Cheyenne, Wyoming. After graduating from the University of Wyoming, he embarked on a career as an award-winning investigative journalist and as a semi-professional musician in the Twin Cities, the place he called home on and off for 35 years. He also doesn’t mind it at all if someone offers to pick up his restaurant tab. Peterson also welcomes reader comments. Email him at email@example.com.