I’m now 35, a life-long adventurer, student, and mechanic. I read. I go sailing, camping, and hiking to places where I’m not quite sure what will happen. It’s exciting, nice. And I fix things: cars, boats, docks, houses, decks, toilets, computers, networks, dishwashers, washing machines, personalities, whatever.
I’ve started companies, built them, and sold them or screwed them up. Today, I’m a miscellaneous consultant to a few law firms and study Biochemistry full-time at Virginia Tech on a Pre-medical track.
One of my boys developed Regressive Autism. So I hope to do research into Autism’s causes and work on potential treatments.
Or I may just help people live successfully with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. I’ve had insulin-dependent diabetes for 25 years and live easily with it and without typical diabetes-related complications, but then, I do things differently.