• Deep Gratitude

    The sun was still dreaming of the snowy mountain tops and sandy beaches and the appreciative faces it would warm today when I woke this morning. Ana’s body was pressed against mine, her skin and hair fragrant and I paused to just look at her beautiful face as she...
  • Earning The Coin

    In my opinion, and that of countless others, ASP provides the gold standard in collapsable batons, handcuffs, and flashlights for the law enforcement community. Along with it, they provide some very comprehensive and challenging training to ensure their line of equipment is deployed correctly, effectively and safely. And that’s...
  • Good Men Building Other Men

    I know a guy that has devoted his life to the defense of our country. He has been on almost every continent doing the dangerous work very few know about but is vital for our safety and to preserve our way of life. He stands for ideals, values, and...
  • Interview With Rick DeLauter, An American Hero

    You can follow Rick on Facebook Rick DeLauter has dedicated the past 43 years of his life to serving his country, the United States Of America.  His grandfather served in World War 1.  His father and uncles served in World War II.  And his oldest son, like him, also...
  • Life And Death And Living The Life You Were Meant To Live

    Life. What is all of this for, and why and what is our purpose here? Inspired by the recent passing of a man we knew and respected deeply, we talk about our perspectives on what is essential, what isn’t, and how important it is to evaluate where we are,...
  • Do The Hard Thing

    At 113 degrees, the asphalt gets so hot you can feel it radiate through the soles of your shoes. The air gets sharp and hard to inhale. Your heart rate elevates beyond 100 beats per minute as it works to cool your body, and you haven’t started moving yet....
  • It Fell Apart But Did She Go Back To The Gang Life?

    She was born into the gang life and lived it to its fullest for thirty years before being inspired to make a change.  She did the bold thing, the thing she never imagined she could ever do.  She earned her GED, and then later, her certification as a Phlebotomist...
  • Greg Hasberry’s Slow March Toward Death And Then Deliverance

    Five years ago, Greg Hasberry, an otherwise healthy and vibrant young man, was slowly reaching the end of his life.  His kidneys had failed, he had been on dialysis for some time, and his body was giving indications that it just wouldn’t be able to keep functioning much longer....
  • The Painful Road Beating Loss And Infertility

    My sister Lulu joins me for this show to talk about her her long and difficult road through infertility and loss and how she had to fire doctors and dismiss protocols in order to get pregnant (without IVF) and become the mom of a healthy baby boy.  She shares...
  • See Ya 2019, You Couldn’t Break Me

    To all that choose to stop by and soak up the work I post here, thank you for being there. Without you, there would be no one to write for, shoot pictures for, and create the podcasts and videos that I love to create. Without you, I wouldn’t spend...
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