Thirty Years and Going

Looking back, over the past thirty years is quite astonishing in what one can accomplish when we courageously step into our fears. Knowing that I was supposed to die before 2, and making it to thirty years old is a pure miracle. Now that I’ve reached “the 30’s club,” a lot of people call it mid-life crisis, I look at it as another opportunity to determine the remaining “chapters of life” A brief history of key events in my life follow, so proceed with caution and an open-mind. Mom Being Diagnosed with Breast Cancer and Moving to Houston At 15, my mom was diagnosed with Stage 4 Breast Cancer. That day forever changed my life as a junior in high school. I worked full-time as an Assistant Manager at Family Christian Stores and was involved with the baseball team at Rowlett High School. After high school, I stayed home and
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