Everyone has one simple goal in life and that goal is to live healthy around loved one’s. Hello, I am Justin Hewitt and I want to share with you my personal mission in the near future.
Here is a little about me to start off with. I am a US Army Veteran with a family of 7. I have 5 kiddos of all ages. Their ages range from 18 all the way down to 2. Crazy I know!! We believe in family and keeping a strong heathy relationship.
My purpose of this fundraiser is to help my father. Scott Hewitt, also an Army Veteran, as proved over the years what hard work can do for you. He is a loving, caring man that would help anyone, any day. My father was recently diagnosed with lung cancer. This past June he endured a painful surgery to remove the bottom lobe of his lung with the hopes of getting all of the cancer.
One of the hardest things to do is to tell a loved one “I can’t.” Some people believe that anxiety is just a fake, made up condition that people use for attention or lack of. I am here to tell you otherwise.
Most normal people after they get married whether at the alter or at the court house go share a couple nights on their honey moon. Well not this guy! I was determined to get a new dog. So let me take you to the beginning.
El Paso, TX
It’s 4:30 am and I begin to rub my eyes five minutes before the alarm sounds. I quickly get up excited for a mourning dove hunt. The coffee is black ready to go. I pour my first cup and dispense the rest in my thermos. I suit up in my realtree camo and pack my cooler full of snacks. My shotgun is oiled, packed in my truck. I’m ready to go.