First Responders and Survivors Rise Up on This Day
Tuesday was the kickoff to so many things. It's our annual child abuse prevention campaign, Live for 175. We got to witness some of the true heroes, the first responders, and my shipmates.
Check out our galleries that include more than just some photos. I believe there is a story behind each one of these badges.
I remember when taking on the crazy task of running seven marathons in seven days, our police went above and beyond, shutting down streets to allow us to run through. I've seen the Ada County Sherriff's office jump on these bikes and offer assistance to anyone.
I will forever be in debt to the first responders that showed up at our doorsteps to save our son. Our family loves the first responders including our nurses that continue to check-in on our little Lennox.
I also have to shout out to my shipmates from the United States Navy who rolled up to show support. They've never tried to recruit, these simply want to show their support. I love them. I rally behind them. I will forever be indebted to ALL of them. There are no words not just for you but the families that keep the pieces together while you're gone.