Never in my life did I ever think that turning 40 would be something to celebrate. In fact, I believe that the first memories of my parents and their age was in their late 30s and I thought they were “Old”.
Two years ago I flew back home to Calgary, Canada to have my release dinner from the military.
Five years ago, I suffered a life changing back injury in military. No one realized at the time how life changing it was. Since them I have seen I’d imagine every specialist that deals with the spine. I’ve had countless spinals, injections, manipulations, Been on countless medications to help. I couldn’t even sit flat for for most of that three year time frame. Continue reading “Two Year Anniversary”
Throughout life I think we all stumble upon talents. Create talents and are blessed with strange talents. Ha ha.
Have you ever sat down and actually thought about what your talented at? What could you offer your community if there was an emergency? Or what could you offer people to help enrich their lives just based on your talents? Continue reading “Talents”
Recruiting to the Military for me was one of the most amazing experiences in my life. I am Canadian so the process is different than the USA. The Canadian Forces don’t go around to High Schools and recruit everyone graduating, that I was aware of anyhow. You can go down to their headquarters and apply when you become of age. But offices are usually down town and you have to actually make an effort to go to them. Continue reading “Interesting Experience”