"We plant; We water; but only God gives the increase." 1 Cor 3:7




"Dreams can't  grow until you make them your GOALS!"

I'm a 47 year old dad. I have two wonderful children, Ethan, 21 and Katelyn, 20. I just got engaged in June of 2022 to an awe inspiring woman named Amanda. My faith is in God and love the chance to help others. God has closed and opened so many doors for me since the beginning of 2018. I'm now a real estate property inspector for HUD. I love what I do, because of the freedom it affords me to spend more time with family. I look forward to meeting you and seeing faces from times past.

I believe we all are going to die someday. Therefore, what do we have to fear? Set high goals and dreams for yourself. Then fight with all that you are to achieve those goals and dreams. Keep your circle of true friends small and tight. Anyone that is not fighting with you, is fighting against you. Know how to tell the difference. You were not born to die a copy!

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Dreams vs Goals

1. Goals are something you’re acting on.

Dreams are something you create in your mind that can take any shape or form, while goals are based on taking action.

With goals, a lot of focus and attention is needed. Dreams, on the other hand, don’t need that kind of focus. You can sit for hours and dream without doing a single thing about it. You can dream up one thing on Monday, and something else completely on Tuesday. But for goals to be achieved, the action you take needs to be specific and consistent.

2. Goals have deadlines.

Dreams don’t have an “accomplish by” date. Yet, because goals are something you actively work on achieving, there tend to be deadlines associated with them. For example, “I want to have my book written by June 30th” or “I want to be a millionaire by the time I’m 40.” With goals you tend to set very clear deadlines; meaning once you achieve that goal, you have crossed the finish line and can cross the goal off of your list!

3. There is a price for having goals and it requires hard work.

Dreams are completely free and only require your imagination in order to be created. Goals, on the other hand, will need some sort of investment, like fees for courses, time spent at the gym, or training to start your own business. The best part is that as a result of your hard work and investment, goals produce results, while dreams don’t.

4. Dreams stretch your imagination.

Goals are based in reality. Dreams are able to stretch your imagination allowing you to create whatever your mind wants to, while goals stretch your capabilities (character, strength, getting you out of your comfort zone).

5. Ultimately dreams can inspire you.

Dreams can help you envision a better life for yourself, while goals will help the world around you change by taking you further towards making your dreams a part of your reality. 

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I grew up in Alamo and was raised by both of my parents during a time when most everyone treated each other with respect. We didn't eat a lot of fast food because it was considered a treat, not a food group. We drank Kool-Aid made from water that came from our kitchen sink with real sugar. We ate bologna sandwiches, or even tuna (which was in a can not a pouch), PB&J & grilled cheese sandwiches, hot dogs, pot pies, but mostly homemade meals consisting of mainly dough, meat, potatoes, vegetable, bread & butter, and homemade dessert.
We grew up during a time when we mowed lawns, pulled weeds, babysat, helped neighbors with chores to be able to earn our own money. we went outside a lot to play games, ride bikes, red rover, dodge ball, run with siblings and friends & played hide and seek. We drank tap water from the hose outside... bottled water was unheard of. If we had a coke -it was in a glass bottle ... and we took the empties back to the store for a 5 cent deposit.
We watched TV shows like Bonanza, Leave It To Beaver, Gilligan's Island, Happy Days, Bewitched, The Brady Bunch, Little House On The Prairie, and I Love Lucy. After school, we came home and did homework and chores before going outside or having friends over. We would ride our bikes for hours. We had to tell our parents where we were going, who we were going with, and what time we'd be back.
You LEARNED from your parents instead of disrespecting them and treating them as if they knew absolutely nothing. What they said was LAW and you did not question it, and you had better know it!!!
When the sun was starting to set you had better be home. In school we said the Pledge of Allegiance, we stood for the National Anthem and listened to our teachers.
We watched what we said around our elders because we knew if we DISRESPECTED any grown-up we would get our behinds whipped, it wasn't called abuse, it was called discipline! We held doors, carried groceries and gave up our seat for an older person without being asked. You didn't hear curse words on the radio in songs or TV, and if you cursed and got caught you had your tail whipped again. “Please, Thank you, yes please and no thank you were part of our daily vocabulary!
You grew up to respect the Nation, the flag, and the President, NO MATTER who it was or what party they were from.
We were in Church every Sunday and it wasn’t optional. You paid attention in Sunday School and Church. We were taught the Bible, not a watered down politically correct version.

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