This is an interactive journal

It is designed for you to journal from Weston’s experience, also known as “Artist-Inspired” journaling.

How it Works:
1. Pause at moments when the story resonates with you.
2. Pull out a notebook and begin journaling. Free write distraction free for as long as you can. Pause and Play at your leisure.
3. Towards the end of the story, there is a journaling prompt for you to reflect and answer.
4. Go to the last 20 seconds of this video for the journaling prompt.

“People think of happiness and sadness as two different ends of the spectrum…but they actually have the same magnitude, which means that you can listen to a song that is so sad that it actually makes you feel happy.” -Weston Smith

Weston Smith is a country and blues singer from Mississippi who traveled and settled in Frazier, Colorado for adventure, community, and found a home away from home to produce his songs. He has wires for music, wood for the game, and whiskey for the soul.

Whiskey, Wood, and Wire is Weston Smith’s second LP, inspired by the greats, Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, and Johnny Cash.


What friend have you neglected to appreciate?

Producer, Interviewer, and editor:  Mingjie Zhai. 

Transform Your Heartbreak into a Three Act Love Story:

Softcover focusing on Passion

Softcover focusing on Pain

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About The Love Story

We are a 501(c)3 non-profit publication, educational program, and production company whose mission is to inspire the broken-hearted to transform pain into a passion, choose self-expression over self-destruction, and create your love loss into a three-act love story.

Support The Love Story

To date, our organization runs on in-kind donations, volunteers, and member supported contributions. We have partnered up with Amazon Affiliates and 1-10% of your purchases will support producing free interviews like the one above. Please consider buying from us so we may continue running our digital journal.


Love and Blessings,



Founder & Producer

“You have to keep breaking your heart until it opens.”-Rumi

Weston Smith’s Creative Expression

Weston Smith Inspired by Bob Dylan

Weston Smith Inspired by Johnny Cash

Weston Smith Inspired by Willie Nelson

Weston Smith Inspired by Waylon Jennings

Weston Smith Inspired by Merle Haggard

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