The Navy Veteran Artisan Whose Story Was Told On “The Bachelor”
She was born and raised in the military town of Pensacola, Florida. Artis, as she’s known to her friends and family, always had a passion for music. When she was just a little girl, she would spend hours practicing the trumpet with her father. As she got older, Artis decided to follow her dream and join the military. She enlisted in the Navy and eventually became an instrument technician. While serving in the Navy, Artis met someone special – a man named Blake. They started dating and soon fell in love. But when it came time for Artis to deploy to Afghanistan, Blake couldn’t come with her. He was still in college and didn’t have enough money to support both of them while they were gone. Artis was heartbroken when she had to leave him behind, but knew that she had to go serve her country. She thought that maybe Blake would eventually be able to join her when he finished school, but that never happened.
What Did The Navy Vet berita viral Arts Enthusiast Think Of
When 23-year-old Marine veteran Andy Herren was chosen as one of 25 men vying for the heart of televised dating sensation, The Bachelor, he had no idea what to expect. But when he learned his story would be included on the show, Andy knew it would be an unforgettable experience. “I was really excited when I found out my story was going to be on the show,” Andy tells Military.com. “It was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and I wanted to make the most of it.” And served two tours of duty in Afghanistan as a machine gunner before transitioning into the Navy as an electrician’s mate. When he was informed of his chance to appear on The Bachelor, Andy recalls feeling a mix of excitement and apprehension. After all, there was a good chance his story would not only be aired on television but also critiqued by avid fans and critics. But Andy’s faith in God and positive attitude allowed him to approach his appearance on The Bachelor with an open mind and sense of humor.
Did He Like What He Saw On The Bachelor?
It didn’t take long for viewers of “The Bachelor” to find out that one of the contestants was a Navy veteran. And, unsurprisingly, the internet had a lot to say about it. And others agreed or at least they seemed to be entertained by the notion.