My brother from another mother.

I don’t just watch American Idol.  I live it.  Sort of.  I’ve decided to adopt Jason Castro as my little brother.

Sure, David Cook is great and all.  But, we already have a rocker in our family. See?

What we don’t have is an acoustic playin’, lullaby singin’, dread wearin’ little brother.  As a matter of fact, I don’t have a brother at all.  I wasn’t a fan of his dreads in his early performances, but now…would he be my little brother without them?  I don’t think so. 

When he covered Jeff Buckley’s “Hallelujah”, I was pretty sure he’d be coming for a Sunday family dinner.  And after this week’s “Over the Rainbow” by Israel Kamakawiwoʻole (holy cow…how many syllables is that?), I’m pretty sure we’ll be exchanging gifts this Christmas.  He’ll probably serenade us with “Silent Night” while we sip hot chocolate and the kids look out the window in search of dear Santa.



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3 responses to “My brother from another mother.

  1. Yes Dusty, I love “our” little rocker, he IS awesome…. But did I ever tell you about the time your Dad met Whoopi Goldberg? lol (Just Kiddin)) You are wonderful and I love you very much!

  2. marla

    Well…. I have A Lot of brother-ness in my life so I would like for you to let me use “YOUR little bro”, Jason Castro as MY “yard guy”. We’ll sit on the porch on a hot Summer day and sip lemonade… and stuff. haha

  3. Brenda

    Well, I have 2 little brothers, ( age not height), and I like “Our Little Rocker” better that Jason Castro…and watching “Our Little Rocker” takes me back about 30 years to my own childhood and it’s like watching my own little brothers growing up again. Tell “Our Little Rocker”, I love him and give him a big hug and kiss for me until I see him next time! ROCK ON , JH!!!!!

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