Not everyone is aware that for the majority of this summer, I have been training for the US Disabled Water Ski National Championships.
In all honesty, I pretty much blew working at home off for the past month or so, just so I could clear my mind and focus on my goals, spending a lot of time on the water, as well as dealing with various issues that kinda hampered my efforts.
The event was held at Shortline Lake in Elk Grove, CA and I ended up spending over a week there, doing some extra training with my US Team coach prior to actually attending the tournament.
When it was all said and done, I ended up with the longest jump
Recently, Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana had their 17th Annual Gala that raises funds to support the RHI Sports Program.
I never would have been involved with adaptive water skiing, or been selected as a member of the 2 time World Champion US Team, had it not been for the program, so I do everything possible to help raise awareness of all they stand for.
Alana Nichols was the Visions of Victory honoree, the first American Woman to win gold medals at both the Summer and Winter Paralympic games and is one of the best the U.S. has in its impressive lineup of wheelchair basketball players and alpine skiers.
Aaaaah, the life of an internet marketer! You don’t drive anywhere to have to get to work, punching a clock, putting in the usually required 8 hours (or more) a day. You actually stay in, working at home, following your own schedule and making your home business successful.
What a life…:)
Ok, in all honesty, of course you……
Sunday is usually pretty laid back around here, at home (the internet marketing office), usually working a little and more playing than anything. Today, I grabbed my coffee and headed over to “Sunday Coffee With Ana”
This is Dan Reed. I am in the process of raising money for the Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana. This is where I did all of my in and outpatient therapy right after my surgery in 2000. It is a great hospital with many great doctors, nurses and therapists. A part of the Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana that helped me see the side of sports even after an injury is the Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana Sports Program, or RHISP.