I'm not the most adventurous of guys, but that's not to say I'm not spontaneous. I climbed Mount Washington on a dare once. My friends and I raced down the mountain after, course I was the only who took the shuttle.
I'm generally considered the funniest in my group of friends (my friend Dustin told me to write that). This summer, up at my parent's lake house in Maine, my sister-in-law said my brother was, “The silliest.” My 6-year-old niece quickly chimed in, saying, "No, Uncle Josh is the silliest."
I don't know how many people I actually help every day, social work is tough like that. But I do go to work knowing that I’m making a difference, however small it may be.
In my line of work, most people I see don't have many people they can count on. At least I can be one reliable person in their life. When I die, I want someone to say, "Hey, that Josh kid...he was a good guy."
I want to drive cross country and meet all the crazy, different, and wonderful people of our great country.
You won't necessarily see the ‘true me’ on the first date. It’s not exactly the optimal place for my personality to shine, so bear with me. The jokes, the personality, they’ll come.
I wasn't ever going to be the star quarterback in high school, or even the back-up. I don't always eat the best. And I don't hit the gym. But I'm real.