I am a Georgian. That, my family name, my faith, and the woman I love are central to my life. I was born a Georgian, in the Fruitcake Capitol of the World where I went to school, struggled with Spina Bifida and being constrained by this wheelchair. Yet, I persevered. I went on to college, studying history and graduating with a BA in Liberal Arts.
I am a strong opponent of child abuse and of ignorance in all forms. For the past ten years I have been a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, a fraternal organization devoted to the history of the late War Between the States. I have substitute taught, chaired a child abuse council, and worked at a family/teen organization in my home town. Every year, weather permitting, I reenact with a Confederate artillery unit and enjoy it immensely.
All of these things are me. But, the greatest is my love for my girl, and my pride in my homeland. Though they are separated by many miles, that passion is one and the same for me. For now and forever.