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About Me

If you’ve stumbled upon this page, chances are we’ve crossed paths at some point in life.  But just in case we haven’t or you just want a little more info, I want to fill you in real quick.

I’m 28 years young and from the great city of Petal, MS where I was born and raised.  I was a proud member of the baseball and basketball teams at Petal and am still to this day a huge supporter of anything Petal.  I graduated high school in 2008 and decided to take my talents across town to William Carey University in Hattiesburg, MS.  At WCU I played baseball for four years while pursuing my degree in Business Administration concentrating in Computer Information Systems.  I wasn’t your typical college student out partying and such, but I was your typical student when it came to trying to figure out who I was and what I wanted for myself in my life.  I feel confident that God had His hand in my decision to attend WCU thanks to all the wonderful experiences and friends I met along the way.  I grew up in church all my life but after encountering countless other strong Christian students and engaging in Fellowship of Christian Athletes my senior year, I realized how big a factor God had to be in my life in order for me to glorify Him.  I’ve since graduated from WCU as of May 2012 and am now a full-time employee paying my fair share of taxes.

I’ve spent most of my life trying to figure out how to be a successful human being whether it be in people around me’s eyes, monetarily, or any other possible way.  Recently, I’ve tried to undo that mold and focus my attempts on being successful in God’s eyes so that when I stand before Him, He can smile down on me and say “Well done, good and faithful servant!”

What I hope to accomplish with this website is to give you a little insight into who I am and the many thoughts and ideas that go through my mind.  My hope is that as I share my thoughts, you will comment and discuss.  There’s nothing I love more than a solid conversation among friends whether it’s differing opinions or similar.

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