Life in Provo!
I walked across the parking lot of my apartment to the Gold’s Gym on the corner (it’s practically right out my door) and decided to sign up for the Gym. I pretty much walked in with the mindset to sign up, although I wasn’t completely 100% happy after I did. While it’s a really nice […]
After 2 interviews with both of Super Target’s human resources managers in Orem, UT, I got offered a job, but it was more than I had expected. Instead of pushing shopping carts, or stocking mac n’ cheese, I got offered a job as a Loss Prevention Officer. Some would call this position a “security guard”, […]
Since leaving the Marine Corps, I went to my first job interview today. It was one a good experience. I didn’t feel fully prepared, but I got out answers to the questions, I thought, professionally and thoroughly. Strangely enough, at target, like in business professional companies, they require 2 interviews, one with the human resources […]
When your used to things for so long, it’s a weird experience to move away from “normal” and into unknown territory. And for this Marine Corp Veteran, that wierd experience just so happened to be going down to the local Super Wal-Mart and shopping for food and clothes. I’ve been in the “Bubble” for over […]
So after reading the previous blogs I wrote about all the bad times in the Marine Corps (and unfortunatelly, there were MORE bad than good) :-(, I am faced with the realization that I have to tell you why I even joined the military to begin with. I joined because I was a patriot. Because […]
***Upate — Be advised. I wrote this part of my blog immediately after leaving the military. My last few months were terrible, I needed to blow off steam, I no longer feel this way. But i’m leaving this post up because it was how I genuinely felt at the time. So…I don’t regret writing it […]
I wanted to share this with my readers because it meant a lot to me then and it does now. I poured my heart and soul into the few small paragraph’s I wrote, and sadly, I meant every word. It might give a very small incite into why I am proud of what I have […]