For the last 5 years or so it has been on my list to go see Joe Rogan. I’ve listened to many of his pod cast, although I’m not considered a true fan because it’s not that often that I tune in. But none the less, I know Joe to be a very intelligent person … Continue reading Dear Joe Rogan
Day 2 of the race started much earlier than day 1. It also started with a little surprise. I woke up, got dressed in my tent, got things organized in my bag and then got up. Once I was up and got my teeth brushed, I saw a familiar person walking up. I finally realized … Continue reading Day 2 of ATC
So, those of you following this blog should by now know that I have a goal to become something much larger than I currently am. Most of you probably don't know how shy and scared I am when it comes to talking to large crowds though. With a new coordinator at our Jr. High that … Continue reading My Very First Speech
Here's where the real fun part of the story begins. The actual race. We all lined up at the starting point and my team kinda stayed to the side and the back. Whitney (the leader of our team and the only one that had done this before) told us people take it a little crazy … Continue reading ATC Day 1 of the Race
Here I am, finding myself again searching for the correct words to describe a life-changing event. This is exactly how I felt with my very first post of the story of my life. As bad as I don't want to leave something out or neglect to really make you understand, I still must try. So, … Continue reading Adventure Team Challenge Colorado 2019
So this summer I had some stuff pop up that wasn't so very expected. I had originally hoped to go to Colorado and Arkansas to camp but Sweeny sports kept me in town the whole month of June and I had a few procedures that kept me Texas bound. My mom came to Texas to … Continue reading The Ark Encounter
I can remember in the first few days in rehab some of my doubtful thoughts. I told my mom, "I'm not sure what's gonna happen but this can't be it because I'm not a person meant for a wheelchair". This was my thought process because I was an athlete, I was active, and I loved … Continue reading Other people will always doubt you, so it’s up to you to believe in yourself!