“My wife is an artist and she did stained glass for 22 years. Our store hasn’t been opened in three years since she got ovarian cancer. When we found out she had cancer, someone painted love on the brick wall outside of the store. She is still fighting the cancer, but the doctor told us we aren’t looking for a cure anymore, we are just trying to control it. We have been together 43 years, and I would love to see her get well. There is no normal anymore, and it is a financial and emotional strain, but God is in control. When she takes chemo, she gets sick for three or four days. Once she gets over the chemo, it is time to go back again.
I enjoy the outdoors. I am a wildlife manager for several private hunting areas. I build motorcycles from junk, wrecked bikes or ones that have been torn apart, and I put them back together. It gives me something to do and keeps me close to my wife. I built my first motorcycle when I was 18 and living in California. It took me two years to build it. I have four motorcycles, three I ride. The rest I sell. I don’t keep them long.”