Thank you to all of my followers for your support in my journey to change the world through my book Reflections from the Man in the Mirror! It is only the start to my journey and I couldn’t do it without all of you! I have just received a shipment of 100 books that I
You only get one shot at life. You only get one chance to make that life everything you have ever imagined it to be. You don’t have time to wait until tomorrow because there is not guarantee God will give you that opportunity again tomorrow. There will be kinks in life, you will fall short
I miss you lately Papi, Thanksgiving wasn’t easy without you, but trust me I didn’t show anybody the pain I felt without you there. I miss you like hell. I walked in your room to put my coat away when I got to your house and it hit my harder than it had hit me
Reflections from the Man in the Mirror was awarded Honorable Mention in the 2017 Dragonfly Book Award – Biography, Autobiography, and Memoir category! So proud and happy to have such an incredible honor!
Life doesn’t always go according to plan. Not everyone is the same. People will always find something to criticize you about. The world may not always accept you for who you are. You will fail, it’s not a matter of IF you fail but when… HOWEVER, plans can change and we live in a world
Dear Chris, Two years. Yesterday was two years since God called you home, brother. It doesn’t get any easier with time. I miss you like crazy bud. You may be gone, but nobody will ever take your legacy. You changed the way I see the world. You changed the way I live my life. You
Dear Chris, I had a great weekend with Kelsey and her family celebrating the 4th of July. I couldn’t be happier that I got a chance to be with her incredible family. Kelsey was so supportive when I asked her to come with me to visit your mother and your grave. I miss you like
Dear Papi, A year ago today I came home from the Army. So much has happened this year, some of which really opened my eyes to the fact that life doesn’t always go according to plan. There are days I miss the Army more than words can describe. I loved being a soldier but a