A family man
Married to my high school sweetheart with four amazing children, two dogs, a turtle and living in a nice house, I really can’t complain about much in life.
My wife and I met in high school and dated for two years during that time. We parted ways by the time we graduated, but always kinda kept tabs on each other over the years following our high school days. We had both been in several relationships during our time apart and both had also been previously married. I believe that it is for this reason that we came around full circle and gave our relationship another try and the rest is history….
We have four wonderful children. James, 16, Madisyn, 11 and our twins Stella & Logan at 5 years old. We have our hands full and are always busy, but I wouldn’t change it for the world.
We have two dogs named Buster and Fiona. They round out the family and provide more than enough exciting and not so exciting times than I know what to do with.
Ive tinkered with a lot of things in many different aspects of life. From custom car stereo installs, to building computers. From wood working to general all around handyman projects of all kinds. Most anything short of actually building a house from scratch. However, the two hobbies that I happen to excel at are photography and fireworks. Both hobbies have become more than just hobbies to me as I have invested a lot of time and money as well as dedication into both activities. Since fireworks are very situational and seasonal, I don’t get to indulge myself with them nearly as much as I would like to. Photography, however, has become somewhat of a lifestyle for me. Its my time to get away from the madness of everyday life, its therapy, its an amazing way to start and end my day. I get to see the most beautiful parts of any day in the sunrise and sunset. It makes me realize that life has so much to offer and that most people take that for granted. Photography has made me change in that respect. I have also come to meet some pretty cool people as a result of both of these hobbies. Click the photography link to check out some of my work.