Kevin La Freniere

Model Male Houston, Texas, US
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About Me

I'm a tall, skinny, Baptist preacher’s kid and just like anyone else I have insecurities tangled up inside of me. I’m old enough to drink, but too young to be taken seriously. I’m from Texas, but my heart is sitting next to the Pacific Ocean.

I’m still that seven year old songwriter who hasn’t changed his mind! Lyrics are my way of communicating and conversing with my soul. They’re my therapy.

I’ve seen a lot, I’ve heard the lies, I’ve felt the skin, and I eventually shattered relying on the superficial. I’ve watched life as I knew it twist into madness, leaving everything damaged and forever changed. My spirit, will, and trust are often battered, but I survive.

I’m rediscovering my passion, just when I thought I’d lost it all. I smile even on bad days because I’m finding that my bruises really aren’t useless. Those devastating moments of abuse, pain, anxiety, and disappointment only make me a stronger, wiser, and more soulful human. I refuse to believe that I was built to break, but that doesn’t mean I’m never broken. I’m pressing through madness as you read this.

I believe in second chances, and don’t believe in regret. I find that some of my best friendships are those with animals. We have so much to learn from those who aren't human. I accept people for who they are, not who they sleep with, what they have or haven’t accomplished, where they’ve been or where it looks like they’re headed. I believe in equality and a person’s intentions are the guiding light to their character. We all just want to be loved. I still believe so strongly in the simplicity of, “treat others the way you want to be treated”.

I’m that grown up kid who wants it all. I find beauty in strange places and live outside of ordinary. I’m determined and walk past boundaries with a grin. I am who I am and whether you see me as a blessing or a curse, I’m here. I cannot be anyone else, I’ve tried. I’m standing undefined, unlabeled, and aware. I suffocate being limited. I keep hatred at bay because it’s usually based on ignorance, and/or lack of education. I’d much rather get lost in laughter then spend my precious time managing bitterness.

I feel maturity tapping me on the shoulder and I’m humbled. I’m still learning which hands to shake and which to hold. I’m making peace with things I can’t change and doing my best to change what I can. Letting go isn't my best strength, but usually becomes by greatest lesson. Never love me conditionally, I’d rather do without.



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