There’s an opportune time to do things, a right time for everything on the earth:

A right time for birth and another for death, A right time to plant and another to reap, A right time to kill and another to heal, A right time to destroy and another to construct, A right time to cry and another to laugh, A right time to lament and another to cheer, A right time to make love and another to abstain, A right time to embrace and another to part, A right time to search and another to count your losses, A right time to hold on and another to let go, A right time to rip out and another to mend, A right time to shut up and another to speak up, A right time to love and another to hate, A right time to wage war and another to make peace.
— Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 The Message


I believe that deep down inside of each and every one of us, is a passion for something. One thing that have I have always enjoyed is listening to people talk about whatever they are passionate about. I love it when I get to see someone's eyes light up as they describe what they love to do. I think these things that we are so passionate about are our callings. Finding way's to do things we are passionate about is vital to a fufilled and satisfied life. Like King Soloman described in Ecclesiastes, there is a time for everything. My life has been full of different seasons. This website is to hopefully give you a bit of a picture of what some of those seasons have been. It's also meant to teach you a little bit of some of the stuff I've learned along the way.


I've been told that, for my age, I have a lot more experiences then many people. I've been educated, having earned my Masters of Social Work from Eastern Washington University. I have a strong passion for working with at-risk youth. I was a student and an intern at a program that was called the Master's Commission at Victory Faith Fellowship in Spokane. Then I spent two years I spent two years working at a boy's ranch and about six month working at Spokane Juvenile Detention. I worked for two years at the Crisis Residential Center in Spokane. I'm curretly working for Tri-Cities Community Health's Behavioral Health Services in Pasco as a Mental Health Case Manager and Therapist. For more information regarding my work / education history check out my professional connections section. While, I believe formal education and work experience are important, I also have personal experience. I can really relate with at-risk youth because I was one. I grew up without a normal dad, visiting mine in prison.

Another thing that I am passionate about is traveling. I have been exteremly lucky in my life to travel a lot. I have tried to keep people updated about my life, via my website and social media. You can read my blog posts about traveling through Europe in 2008. In 2009 and 2010 I traveled through South America and ended up spending about a year living in Cusco Peru. You can read about my Juant Down South or see why I decided to travel down there. While I don't always keep my blog the most up to date, there are lots of different stories that I have written here.