"Most Epic thing I've done.... serve almost 20 years in the Army and have become the first female officer in the Texas Army National Guard to become Infantry!"
"The most epic thing I have done is earned my Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration at the age of 54... Epic!"
"One of the most epic things that I have done was to lose a third of myself! I am looking forward to enjoying the increased energy, the lower blood pressure, and the generally better sleep that losing weight has provided. That said, I want to be clear that thinner does NOT equal happier. The size of my pants does not determine my intelligence; the number on the scale does not determine my worth. But I set a goal, and I've reached it, so I am feeling incredibly proud of myself."
"The most epic thing we've done is buy a sailboat, sell our house, cars, and most possessions and take off on an adventure! We left Texas in September 2016. This pic was taken in the Atlantic Ocean as we sailed up the east coast past the Outer Banks of North Carolina on our way to the Chesapeake Bay."
"The most epic things I've done is quit my comfortable 9-5 to follow my heart and travel to Costa Rica to earn my yoga teaching certification. Two years later, I'm running my own successful yoga studio and couldn't be happier!"
"One of the most epic things I have done, besides becoming a parent, is to look cancer in the eye and kick it in the teeth! This bell ringing goodness of a photo is me ending my chemo...phase 1 of the journey is done!"
"Most epic thing I've done was sign up for E-Harmony in 2005 after ending a 12.5 year relationship with my high school sweetheart. Here I am married for 9 years and 2 children later. I was so nervous back then... sometimes when that door closes an even better one opens."
"Most epic thing I've done is to get sober 15 months ago after 36 years of drinkin and druggin. Life Is Good🙃"
“I'm fourteen and one of the most epic thing I’ve ever done was to get offered a job as a veterinary technician for the summer...and in my first week, I got squirted by anal glands.”
**Disclaimer due to Jenna’s age I made sure to get approval from Jenna’s mom before sending her a shirt and here was her response:
“Yes, absolutely! Just to give you a little background. Jenna is currently in a Veterinary science program with 4h and Texas A&M to become a certified Veterinary Assistant. One of the program requirements are that you intern in a Veterinary office for 500 hours. Jenna began interning last September and has already logged over 200 hours while still maintaining As and Bs in both her High school courses and her College (She is dual enrolling and working on a Associates of Pre-General Medicine with the hopes of going on to be a Veterinarian.) We feel that she is epic!..biased maybe, but still pretty cool.”
“One of the most epic things I’ve done is to be involved with opening a nonprofit thrift store for the sole purpose of hiring individuals with developmental disabilities. We've been in business for almost 4 years now and have 20 part time employees!” -Orah Raia
Pictured is Gena Brown, co-store director of HANDmeUPs thrift store