Gah I know it's been a while guys and I apologize but ALOT has been going on. First starters, the week before Spring Break I was on a last-minute mission to find a teardrop camper. You Swift Outdoor Accessible Recreation is a non-profit organization that has put a lot of faith into me. Not only … Continue reading Finally got a camper I can call MINE!
If you are a human, you have endured many things for the first time. The first time going to school, the first time going to college, the first time having a boyfriend or girlfriend, the first day of your new career, the first time losing a loved one, the first time getting in trouble, the … Continue reading The First’s
So yesterday I had a bit of a breakdown right before I posted the blog post I did. I was feeling very lost and felt like I had no control at all. Helpless. I guess thats the best word to describe how I felt. I woke up today early in the morning to go to … Continue reading Is that sunshine coming through the rain?
First and foremost, one thing I've learned is that there are parents in both Florida and Texas that can do a better job than me! Coaching comes with quite a few cons but the pros outweigh those tremendously. Every year you encounter parents of all types. Ones that don't think their kid gets enough playing … Continue reading In My Experience of Coaching
Do you ever feel like you give and give and give and people all over the place just have tons of little pieces of you? Over the years I have had some of the very best friends that are now people I don't even talk to. They have become people I don't even know how … Continue reading Little Pieces of Me
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!