[Since my amputation I have learned] how to adapt, slow down, and think things through a little bit more.
Oh you guys—oh hell I love you guys. You guys treat me really nice and do everything you can with me.
[The accomplishment I'm most proud of since my amputation is] walking a mile and a half back to my hunting spot five months after losing my leg.
[Amputees]are just like [other people]—we're just missing a piece is all.
There's quite a few more people on prosthetics than you really realize there is out there.
Realizing the benefits that the prosthesis actually provides us, and how it allows us to live somewhat normal lives, is worth the work and effort.
I have a lot of goals for the future. I want to learn how to surf. I want to go back to work. There's a lot of things that I want to do that I'm going to do.