Sunday, June 27, 2010


Hey! I hope everybody had a good weekend. I just wanted to let everyone know that we have updated the website with the Scout Mob article and a few more photographs have been added to the gallery. Has anyone ever felt trapped? It's a point of life that we all feel at some point in our lives. We all go through peaks and valleys. We all need somebody to put our shoulder one every now and again. It's just a part of life, and no, I'm not depressed. I just want people to appreciate what they have. Random thought: Did you know that everybody has a disability? Did you know that it easier to smile than to frown? Did you know that every day is a gift and we should all live it to the fullest? And my main man, Dr. Martin Luther King once said: "I Have a Dream." This blog is very random, but I hope everyone has a fantastic week! And remember to walk with a purpose.

Friday, June 25, 2010

U S of A

Hey Guys! I am sorry that I have not blogged in a while. It has been quite a couple of weeks. I am pleased to announce from time to time you will see a water cooler on the back of my wheelchair that will pump water on my back to keep me cool during the hot summer days in Atlanta. I am in the process of writing my book on a tape recorder... so far so good. The days in Atlanta are very hot, but interesting. I have just completed the water challenge where I drink water, nothing else, well besides food of course, but strickly water as my fluids. The Braves are still in first place. The Falcons are about to come back, and yes, the Atlanta Beat. I am a soccer state of mind, because of Landon Dononvan's heroics. The good ole U S of A. I have been to more soccer games than I can remember, including the newest team, the women's professional soccer team, the Beat. The Beat play at Kennesaw's new soccer facility, and I have been to both games with JD. I am highly critical of this stadium although it is very beautiful. This stadium does need improvement to make it more user friendly for all guests, but kudos to Kennesaw. What can I say? Thanks for all of the support. Signing off,


Sunday, June 6, 2010


There has been a lot of stuff going on. First of all, a few things: there has been 17 people that have worked for me. Thank you all! It has been an amazing run and there is soo much more to go. Good Luck to the United States as they get ready to open up in the World Cup.

The one word that has been coming to my mind as of late is: Amazing. It's amazing. I don't mean to brag, or put my life on a pedestal. Lately I have been feeling a lot of pressure, some of it good and some of it bad, but that's life. As I think about what I have done over the past year and a half, it's pretty amazing that I can have two part time jobs, that I am very proud of, I can maintain a staff that has five completely different personalities, and take care of their payroll and schedule bi-weekly, and I can navigate a city on public transportation. I'm surprised I'm not somewhere rocking right now. I hope everybody has a great week. Pease.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010


It's June people! And the Braves are on an 8 game winning streak!! And I'm extremely satisfied with the results! Other than that there is a lot of good stuff going on that's in the works... so I don't want to elaborate just yet, I'm going to stay quiet until they come to fruition. I did not get to canoeing because of the weather, but rest assure - I will be going in the near future! I hope everyone had a wonderful Memorial Day holiday weekend and remembered the men and women making sacrifices for us, helping us live in freedom.

I'm sitting here trying to scratch my face, but it's not working... just a random thought I figured I would share...

Hope everyone has a marvelous Wednesday evening, and make it a tremendous Thursday tomorrow!

Just to let you know - I was able to reach my face to scratch it. Hard work pays off!