What a blessing this time of year to reflect on those things which mean the most to us. This past weekend, my family and I got to spend some time in a hotel in Downtown Salt Lake where we relaxed and…Continue
Isn't it interesting in life how little doors open when we don't really expect them to? I have chased certain things for a while not and can't really seem to make a dent.If you have met me or seen my…Continue
Hello Fellow 48 Days Heroes, No one has ever accused me of being genius at technology. Just last week my wife asked if I had downloaded the pictures from my phone to my computer. I asked her how I…Continue
Hello, The above title of this discussion was something that I asked Dan and he answered in his "The Door is Wide Open" Podcast dated June 13, 2014. He requested that I ask the question to the…Continue
You Don't know what you've got, until it's gone......Yes, I've heard that in a song somewhere.
The truth is that I use to be a very active member of this community. We had our second kid, I put more pressure on myself to do something practical, and jumped fully back into the job I was working on transitioning from. It's been busy but it's also been empty.
I can't believe the courage it took just to write an post another article. Yes, I still need my day job; yes, I need to…Continue
Last Friday, I was on my way to Bear Lake in Northern Utah. Knowing that we needed to pick up dinner, we stopped in Logan, Utah. I love food and usually just a restaurant by the look. Oh did we have fun when we walked into this place. We were actually an hour late in getting to the lake.
Hello, What a wild ride the past few months have been. I have gotten out of writing regularly and it depressed me..............Last week I had the pleasure of interviewing someone local in Salt Lake City who is starting a Ginger Beer. The drink is delicious and the story is what I love…Continue
For the past 4 months, I have been so busy with my job that I have ignored what I really love--the writing. But ignorance doesn't happen without feelings of anxiety and consternation.
I always thought that I would get to it tomorrow; but tomorrow never came, until I made it so. We all do this in life and ultimately we all have to recognize and reconcile. My latest article:
In my early teenage years, I had a Sunday School teacher who a very dynamic man. His career…Continue