My motivation is not to try to inspire, but rather to do things that inspire me and hopefully that will spread to others.
For me, a bad day is when I have nothing going on.
I was 19 years old, and I felt like I had the flu one day. Within 24 hours, I was in the hospital on life support, and I was given less than a 2 percent chance of living. It took five days for the doctors to find out that I had contracted bacterial meningitis.
I have two prosthetic legs. This is my life; what am I going to do with it? And it's put me on this amazing journey. I can look back and be completely grateful and say I would never want to change anything.
We all have things that limit us and that challenge us. But really, our real limitations are the ones we believe.
I'm a big oatmeal fan. For my every-morning breakfast, I will do oatmeal with cinnamon, goat's milk or even butter, with apples and raisins, and then I'll maybe do some eggs, say two poached eggs with that.
Road trips to me are just such an escape. You listen to your music, and you roll the windows down. You're usually going to somewhere fun.
If we can see past preconceived limitations, then the possibilities are endless.
I got this second chance at life, and I live it.
I love the smell of rain, and I love the sound of the ocean waves.
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