Last month I was planning on not updating my blog for the month of August 2016. I said rather that I was going to redesign the blog’s UI/UX design instead. Well, I (un)fortunately have not found the time to do so. I have really been too busy with a few graphic design projects, so that’s what I’ll focus on in this entry.
While dipping back into the creative world, more so this year than any other time since my accident thus far, I realize that I have been incredibly humbled and blessed to have gotten my degree in Digital Arts and Design from Full Sail University. I say this because there is, of course, a plethora of occupations that one can choose to pursue and the one that I did I am still able to execute…even after my accident. How I have been able to retain all of the information about each program learned while attending college AND keep my creativity flowing after suffering my TBI is FAR beyond me. There seems to be only one person I can thank for all that and that would be a higher being.
8 thoughts on “Workin’”
Don’t they take your ssid away with you working?
Yes, they will take away one’s SSI or SSDI if they receive more than $600 a month. I’m watch my income VERY closely to assure that that doesn’t happen!
Anthony, you are amazing and an inspiration. To God be the glory!!
I will never forget Edward saying that he was good at graphic design but you were gifted in that area. So happy to hear you are using that talent!
Anthony, I still use your motto, “slowly but surely”!! You still inspire me every day and I pass on your positive attitude, drive and dedication to others who are faced with hardship to help them keep working and not give up. Thank you for being…YOU!! Miss you❤️
Anthony, Katherine said along time ago that you were all there and your mind sharp. Yes, God has absolutely held you in his hands. One day you will write a book and go on the speaker’s circuit. Such a great story!!
You are an inspiration to all! God is definitely with you!
Counting our blessing first and appreciating what we do have and not complaining about what we don’t have helps us ALL be more thankful.
I am thankful that you, Drew and Ryan are my sons.
Anthony you have been an inspiration to your family and everyone who takes the time to know you. We are so proud of you.