From my family to yours: Merry Christmas! This year my 16-year-old daughter (Tabitha) took the initiative to write our family’s Christmas letter…kind of. She was in a conversation with her 5-year-old son, and she decided to start transcribing it. Check it out.
What a fabulous week this has been in Puerto Rico. Wendy and I couldn’t have asked for a more relaxing, rejuvenating anniversary celebration. Here are some more pictures I failed to post.
I recall thinking that surely I’d be a millionaire by now. That hasn’t quite panned out, but sometimes I think I live like one. If you’re like Wendy and me, you could live this New Rich lifestyle, too.
Twenty-five years ago, Wendy and I started our life together. Happy anniversary, babe.
Children sometimes grow up and walk away from the love of their family. The experience shakes your world. Nothing has been more painful, but I have learned to respond appropriately.
I was one of twenty Catholic 8th graders who bussed across the country to Washington, D.C. in 1984. It was our class trip, and one of us was Paul Ryan, today the most powerful man in the US Congress.
My daughter Tabitha won a title award at a tournament last weekend. This video shows how “breaks” are announced at a tournament.
Taken at the Centennial State Tournament, Feb. 17, 2016.
Though we live in mountainous Colorado, we take only one skiing trip per year. Work, school, debate, and all sorts of life pulls us back to our home in the foothills. Honestly, it is the financial commitment that keeps us from skiing every weekend.