Living life is similar to singing harmony in a choir. It requires awareness of yourself and those around you AND the realization that you only get to change your own performance.
We can Forgive ourselves, and in doing so, open ourselves up to the emotional healing we all yearn for.
The best of my photos from June 2020.
About an hour ago I saw the news that one of my all-time favorite artist, John Prine, had succumbed to the coronavirus.
I can still remember the day vividly. I am not sure of the exact date, but I remember it was in November of 1979. I was in 10th grade at Intermediate High School in Broken Arrow, OK. I had a 1-mile (or so) walk home from school that took me by our local K-Mart. I … Continue reading Another Brick in the Wall
Invest in TIME If only I had more...I don't have enough...where does it go...it flies...it goes too slow...when can I find it. Those are all phrases I have heard and said in both my personal and professional lives. Of course they all pertain to one thing.TIME. I've been thinking a lot about it lately and … Continue reading Investing in This Commodity
We had a special moment Sunday in the streets of DC. We found these pipes sticking out of the sidewalk. We discovered they had lights and made sounds when you rubbed them. Then something REALLY COOL happened. Watch the video to find out what.
Last night was a wonderful evening of music for our family. Mariana started the evening with her junior high school band's Christmas concert. The facility was awesome. I love the theater in the round. Mariana plays flute and her band did a terrific rendition of Winter Wonderland. From there, we raced over to Yana's Orem … Continue reading A Magical Evening of Music