I grew up as a child on a rural farm , the closest neighbor was 2 miles from the house.
And i am thank full for my childhood because growing up i learned:
Discipline : when i fucked up i got my ass beat for it and when i ran i got a dose of 410 rock salt for it.
And as bad as that sounds , it was positive because i also learned the meaning of "respect".
Hard work : mowing a full acre of yard with a push mower and my great grandfather only giving me 5 dollars for it , loading hay bales on a pickup truck and clearing 30 acre field in one day and not getting a dime for it, moving cattle on horseback, driving a semi and running a tractor.
Responsibility : getting up every morning knowing there are , dogs,cats,chickens,hogs,horses,and cattle (Winter) that are depending on you to feed them everyday, not to mention with me it was upkeep of 300 acres of fence line most of it in a creek bottom through alot of timber.
Im now a local semi driver (home every night, off most weekends) that's my day job.
I have a blog ,facebook page, and a twitter acct for one reason , that's to wake people up and make them see the truth and when you grow up in a big city all you know is what your being told.
and i hope to change that with social media.
There, you have that much about me now.