“In life, all storms pass, even the figurative ones.” – Michael Peters
My eldest Son has a birthday today! It has been just a blink since the day that I cut that umbilical cord and welcomed him into the world. Happy birthday Salem! Be well, be wary, be wise, and be safe.
My daughter has a birthday today! Seems like just yesterday that I cut that umbilical cord and welcomed her into the world. Happy birthday Moriah!
Louise surprised me with a fantastic birthday extended weekend in Watercolor Florida. We stayed at the Water Color Inn. Friday and Saturday brought fly fishing on local inter-coastal estuaries where Lazarus and I caught many spotted sea trout. Saturday we had a picnic, live southern rock, and fireworks on the beach which was really cool.… Read More
Well, my lovely daughter has graduated from high school this week. She has also been accepted to attend a very good university in their medical program. I am very proud of her. Be persistent, work hard, and keep your eyes on that prize Moriah, and you can do it!
Today is my eldest sons birthday. Twenty years ago today I cut the umbilical cord and welcomed him into the world. Salem is a good soul. He has his own apartment, is in college working towards a photojournalist degree, and works in a coffee shop. I wonder if a parent ever really feels like they… Read More
The waning days and hours of December 2008 in Alabama have been beautiful and warm. I trimmed and pruned trees and other decorative foliage in our yard today wearing shorts. It is very different than all other Decembers I remember anywhere else I have lived (New York, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Texas, Kentucky, Minnesota, and now Alabama).
During the last quarter of 2006, I was on a consulting project based out of Wilmington Delaware. The entire time I was on this particular engagement, I stayed at this very comfortable bed and breakfast called The Pennsbury Inn out of Chadds Ford Pennsylvania. Being the low maintenance guest that I am and given the… Read More
In 1980, I was thirteen years of age. My family lived on five acres in rural Kentucky. On of my favorite pastimes was roaming the partially wooded property sometimes alone, sometimes with friends and family. On a beautiful summer day my friend was spending the afternoon. We decided to hike through the woods. With my… Read More
In 1978, as a young man of eleven years of age, my whole family decided to relocate to some as yet undecided location. It was a sweltering June I recall. Like Nomads we traversed the countryside looking for that perfect spot on the map. All aboard the mega-van, my Mother, Father, three sisters, and several… Read More