I work in the oil field watching over wells and the production. During my time off I try to make time to relax and have fun. It's important to me to keep time set aside to spend with my family.
Really, the thing we enjoy most about our life is being together.
I enjoy going out and spending the day with my wife, kayaking, fishing, playing golf, or walking at the lake. We love adventures, big and small. I'm excited to add a child to our life to share our love of the outdoors. I want to teach someone about the things I love to do, while helping my child figure out what things they love to do.
I work at a hospital on the trauma/surgical/orthopedic floor as a registered nurse. I also teach students that are about to graduate from nursing school all about our floor and what it takes to be a nurse. I love sharing my enthusiasm and passion for nursing. Being a nurse is stressful at times, and there are definitely tough days, but I have a job where I help people. I don't just help people recover physically, but there are moments when people just need a little extra compassion and I love being there for them in those moments. Both of my grandmas were in health care, one also a nurse and one as a paramedic. They were my inspirations to become a nurse too. They both had the biggest hearts, opening their arms and doors to anyone that needed a little help. I love my family. I am proud of the country dirt roads I grew up on and had many of my fondest memories growing up on the farm with my grandparents and cousins. We fished and walked the river, played on cotton bales, and ran around with all the animals on the farm. I want my children to be able to experience these things, too.