Tuesday, August 31, 2010

State of K Peasey

As we close down the month of August and look forward to the Fall, it has been a very exciting and challenging time in my life. We recently took a trip to Kentucky to see my brother, Brent, compete in a full Ironman Triathlon. It was an amazing experience to be a part of. The crowd was something that I'll never forget for the rest of my life. It was so inspirational to see everyone rooting on everybody for the common goal. It really tests your ability and your mental strength. I am so proud of my brother for what he did, and it was awesome to be there with Sam and the rest of my family. You never know how much of a little impact somebody can have on you. I believe that one of the best experiences for me this past weekend going to see my brother, was the spirit and the gift that all the participants have. We all have a gift and it's up to us to use that gift to our fullest advantage and push ourselves to the limit. We are on the edge everyday. How can you make a difference in your world? I want to do an Ironman. I want people to see that I want to take it to the next level. I want to push the edge. I want to find that gift. I want to find that passion.

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Louisville Slugga'

This coming weekend I am going on a road trip to Louisville, KY to watch my big bro' compete in an iron man competition. It should be a good time! And I'm looking forward to getting out of GA for a minute. Excited to see how they make the bats at the Louisville Slugger factory tour as well.

Saturday, August 14, 2010


Last night we went to Fernbank for the Martini and Imax movie, Stomp Odyssey. It was really cool to see how different countries dance to different types of music. If you haven't heard by now, Chipper Jones is out for the year with a torn ACL. The show must go on. Chipper will definitely be missed, there is no doubt about that, but the Braves must go on and fight and never give up. There's your motivation for today. Take a look at KylePease.org as we are getting ready to update in the next couple of weeks.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

JD and stuff

Stuff: The Braves are in first place- two and a half games ahead, currently without Chipper. Get better buddy. The Falcons and my boy Matt Ryan are coming back in a few weeks. I cannot wait! I wonder if Matty Ice still has the KPeasey bracelet I gave him last year. I am taking pictures on my phone and sending them to people so you may get a picture from me.

JD: As I was looking around the internet last night I stumbled upon Dr. Johnson's photo wordpress site. My man, you have a talent and a very nice picture of Bre and Cam, but to the right I saw my website on there and I truly felt a sense of pride. So, thank you buddy for spreading the word. I hope everybody has a wonderful night!

Tuesday, August 10, 2010


For those of you that did see the Braves game tonight - they won! 4-2... on a night where they played awful in the field and both Chipper and J. Hey were out due to injury. With their backs against the wall, they just kept fighting. We can take a lesson from this game.

Good luck, Matt Kuchar, this week as he eyes his first majoy championship! Go get 'em kid!

Sunday, August 8, 2010

Dog Days of Summer

It has been extremely hot in the ATL, which has led me to the dog days of summer. My brother has moved back from Cleveland and we went to the Braves game last night. It was awesome. It's definitely good to have him back. There will be a lot of changes occurring in the next few months in my life to better my quality of life. Stay tuned...

Thursday, August 5, 2010


Today I had lunch with one of my good buddies, Graham Welch. Graham is no ordinary young man. He had a tumor on his spine which resulted in him being at the Shepperd Center. The first time I entered his room I did not know what to expect, but his determination and perseverance got me through that night. In the next few weeks, I continue to check on him, and he's made tremendous progress along the way. Today he walked into the mall with the biggest smile on his face, and we talked and always said, "You can relate to me," before he answered any question. I think we can all take away from Graham's story how much we should appreciate life and appreciate each other. Goodnight!