I never thought high school wrestling and what I would learn through that sport could be so integral to my life. I am grateful Jim Haskin pushed me to stick with my commitments, because it has forever changed my life.
It’s time that we take the advice of Gary Vaynerchuk, Seth Godin, Nike, and so many others and just do it. If you want to eventually write a book, why don’t you try blogging two to three times a week. If you want to become a nurse practitioner, why don’t you go take a class or two at a local college to see if it sparks an interest. If you want to go serve somewhere around the world, why don’t you find that population of people in your community and start serving them now.
Start taking the time to document what you are learning and experiencing. You have no idea the impact of what you are capturing could have one someones life.
I am scared... so very scared. I am scared because I have zero skills and knowledge as it relates to anything girl and how to make Emma look even more cute with some rockin updo's.
Eight years ago was one of the most interesting Christmas experiences I think I could have ever had. Why you ask, because all I gave was a DVD.
Our son Sam is just so dang cute. I know that may seem a little biased but it is the truth. Sam is so caring and empathetic to those around him and those qualities showed themselves this past weekend when we went to the cabin for a day trip.
‘Tis this season to envy and be jealous of what others have and are about to have. Even though it is easy to find ourselves wishing and wanting for more during the holiday season, it is important to remember to be thankful for the little things.
It has been amazing to be surrounded by such a great community of folks and the Lord has absolutely placed certain people in my life for a time such as this. What seemed like random rendezvous were actually perfectly crafted together moments by the master planner. I love being able to look back in hindsight and see how He has been working.
Purpose matters. I don’t know why it took me so long to realize this, but purpose really does matter.
Today’s the day, November 1st, where we start rocking the mustache. There is no better way to raise awareness for men’s health issues than by growing a mustache, which is the proverbial symbol of masculinity and class.