"I once saw a stadium this big" Sept. 2014 and ALS is nothing more than an ice bucket challenge
A Texas size way to watch an FSU football game.
Enjoying a five hour round trip daily commute while working in Burbank, CA. (Just kidding I wasn't enjoying the commute). Feb 2015 and I start to notice a strange shuffle while walking. Maybe I just need new shoes.
Summer 2015 back home with my family and enjoying a little summer vacation in Tallahassee (where my wife Star and I are from)
On the left- Clowning around with my man Gabe!
On the Right - My beautiful daughter Lawson.
Dec. 2015 and my bothersome limp is now really starting to slow us down. During this outing I start to realize that this is not going to go away on it's own.
March 2016 and even with an ankle brace I can't walk but about 50 steps without needing to sit down. I'm in terrible pain, but nothing was going to stop me from seeing the Alamo.
Just enjoying the River Walk in San Antonio and I'm photo bombed by my wonderful niece Haley. This was one of many 'rests' while we walked.
Summer 2016 and well into my fight against ALS. Lost a little bit of weight, but eating right will do that.
I was never able to wear this shirt because of my weight and now it fits right nice.
Fall 2016 and just relaxing with Millie our dog.
And here we are today (actually November 2016), thankful and loving life. We take one day at a time, one challenge at time, and put God at the center of it all.