How Little We Share…

How Little We Share…

July 13, 2020

There have been times over these past few years where I have felt like a complete fraud. I encourage everyone to embrace their adversities, using them as their energy to do good in this world.  I give them examples of how I have done that very thing in my own life.  I have been out front on issues like Post Traumatic Stress, Veteran Suicide, and Moral Injury, but for some reason when it comes to this issue, I barely talk about it...

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A Promise Kept

A Promise Kept

June 24, 2020

This experience has taught me so many lessons about life and work, but the biggest is how resilient the human spirit is and what can be accomplished when working in unison for the betterment of others.

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A Love that Refused to Quit

A Love that Refused to Quit

June 08, 2020 2 Comments

I had just finished my short break home after graduating from Airborne School and was headed out to my first duty at Fort Richardson, Alaska.  I had no idea that morning when I said goodbye to my parents that my life would forever change that day.

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A Bucket Filled

A Bucket Filled

February 12, 2020

Sitting in 22c, flying at 35,000ft, I wrestled with my bag desperately trying to find both my Advil and Imodium A-D. It was time for the next dose of both medicines crucial to fighting off the 103 degree fever, diarrhea, and nausea I’d had for the past three days. After finally finding the bottles at the very bottom of my carry on, I washed the pills down with a small amount of water.

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