1,000 Risks!

[Risks No. 987 – 1008] Hard to believe I’m actually here. It was just a short two years ago that this journey began for me (read the first post here). I …

Tony & Friends.

[Risks No. 978 – 986] I’m confidently revived enough to say, “I’m back!” November and December proved to be the lowest months since beginning this risk challenge 24 months ago. …

Kidney Stones (For the Win).

[Risks No. 970 – 977] The family and I drove south toward Birmingham, Alabama in celebration of my in-laws 52nd wedding anniversary. Within minutes of arriving, I began experiencing a …

Risk No. 14 (Isabella)

      [Risk No. 14] Encourage your family to pray together. Lead a time of prayer if they’re willing. [Risk No. 906] I was on the phone this morning with …

Risk No. 12.

No. 12: Call someone else you don’t often talk to and ask them how you can be praying for them. Say a prayer for them over the phone. [Risk No. …

Risks No. 7-11 + Slipknot.

As you can tell, I actually took a break last week for Thanksgiving and didn’t update the blog as a result. I felt one-part irresponsible and one-part thankful. Mostly thankful …

Roberto & Missed.

[Risk No. 836] Roberto was next to me at the gas pump. I said hello in Spanish and began chatting a bit. He was from Honduras and has been here …

Risk Combo.

[Risks No. 792 – 800] I once again find myself in this awkward rut: more risks taken than what I’m able to keep up with here in posting. Since Turkey …

Kristy.

[Risk No. 788] Kristy was working at the walk-in clinic desk and had a fairly similar haircut to what I’m sporting right now and we fist-bumped over the cuts. Cute …