They say the the biggest risks reap the biggest rewards. I have always felt that way and how I lived most of my life. My biggest risk? Moving 3000 miles away from home to a place where I only knew one person- no family, no friends, nothing to call my own. A giant leap like that can be pretty scary, especially when you board the plane for that big move, you realize it’s the first time you have ever been ON a plane.
But, in doing so not only did I learn who I was but it gave me this foundation to always believe that I can do anything. Plus I met the love of my life and had a baby, so you know- it kinda worked out .
Just like my gutsy move, in the fourth season finale, Ashley has been shot by the “Norseman” device and only has twelve hours left to live. Chuck turns his back on the CIA and despite all warnings sprints throughout the episode to find Volkoff and the antidote.
If you have been watching the series, you know that much like my leap to independence, Chuck has come to his own from geeky electronics guy who needed saving, to becoming the unlikely hero. In season four, the geek gone spy is putting everything on the line, available for pre-order here: http://bit.ly/r3n2er
Have you ever been in a situation that despite all odds and warnings you decided to make a run for it? How did it end up working out? To see how it ends up for Chuck, check out The Complete Season 4 DVD set- maybe it will inspire you to risk it all too!
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