Giving everything creates desperation. Desperation creates relentless action to overcoming obstacles.
My eyes have seen many beautiful sunsets, but none have touched me any more than these.
Almost all of my life I was always going. Doing. Figuring. Becoming. Striving. Driving. I’ve reached a point now where I am being. Listening. Observing. Absorbing. Understanding. I’ve realized the very things that limit you also allow you to become limitless. And when you slow down, the things you […]
I believe the right question to ask is not “How do I get a college program to notice my son”, but rather “What do you notice about a college program that would want you to trust a college program with your son for 5 years?”
Perhaps the biggest pride I take in having wrestled is that I introduced the sport to my son.
The devastation, heartache, and pain were as you may imagine, unfathomable for us all, but I worried the most about my seven-year-old baby boy Mookie.
All the on the mat success is great, but I am most grateful to wrestling for being the glue which has kept my family closer together.
We hit a few tournaments, and he begged to go to more, but I wasn’t sure how deep I wanted him to get involved with a sport that failed me.
I was in the drive-thru at a Sonic when I got a phone call from an unknown number.
I answered it.
It was my doctor.
We went out of bounds and I saw the exhaustion in my opponent’s eyes.