Sponsored by Wells Fargo // I've been thinking a lot about my journey once I got out of the military and how much it helped to have community programs there so I could get used to life out of the uniform again. It wasn't easy but several organizations had my back. It's why I'm working with Wells Fargo to get the word out about their veteran programs so that others might use them to get the help they need. I wrote a blog that goes into more detail about what my transition was like and how it could've been smoother. Check it out here: https://goo.gl/9YitrM and check out http://bit.ly/2hWD3xs for more info on Wells Fargo's programs.
If you know who I am, then most likely you know my story. I am a retired US Army Sergeant from the 101st Airborne Division. On my second tour of duty during Operation Iraqi Freedom, I was driving a Humvee at night and rolled over a wire that
Sponsored by Wells Fargo // This is a photo from my speech at the No Barriers Summit at Lake Tahoe earlier this year. One of the programs offered by No Barriers is Warriors to Summits, which empowers veterans with disabilities to overcome their barriers. I am proud to work with Wells Fargo which supports Warriors to Summits as well as all of Wells Fargo's other veteran initiatives. I cannot tell you how important it is for our veterans transitioning back to civilian life to have these types of programs. Find out more here and share with anyone who might benefit from any of these programs: http://bit.ly/2AwZ3Xv
Woke up to this. I think George missed me...ok I might have missed him as well. Got in just in time yesterday to go to Jacks wrestling practice last night. Another tonight. Wednesday is bowling with Colston and Thursday is gymnastics with Rian. And of course time with George is whenever he wants it to be. #georgethebernedoodle#familytime