The Gratefulness Series

A reminder that we are grateful


December 2011


Today, I am grateful for patience… As the sun rises up over the valley, starting yet another day… So much that I would have different—things I would do differently. Foremost on my mind is my relationship with Liz. Yep, it… Continue Reading →

Another year older…

Today is my birthday and I am spending it at Magic Mountain, with my oldest son, my oldest friend ( whom I have known the longest ) and his oldest son.  Wahoo!  Good times are a happenning. I am grateful… Continue Reading →

a beautiful morning

Right now, I am grateful for this beautiful, crisp winter morning. The sun is shining, not a cloud in the sky… And next week I’ll be starting a two week vacation; grateful for that, too! And now, I need to… Continue Reading →


  I really do not know what to write about today.  I can tell you that I am grateful for my life in general, but then you have already read that.  So today I am grateful for the month of… Continue Reading →

It’s so easy!

I got lucky today ~ which I suppose is another thing to be grateful for… Today is Bodhi’s birthday – and I am sooo grateful that I am in her life as her father. She is a bright joy in… Continue Reading →

oh, my my

Last night my daughter and wife went to the emergency room for x-rays… I just watched some footage from the UC Davis pepper spray incident… Yesterday, I saw some withering photos from the tsunamis, hurricanes and earthquake damage that have… Continue Reading →

Answered Prayers

I am not a religious man by nature; meaning that I do not attend any church on a regular basis, except for the Hot Rod Church for Sinners, when I am in Southern California.  Being raised by a Jewish father… Continue Reading →

And so it goes…

If you had asked me this morning what I am grateful for, I would have told you, not the wind.  I had to fish out of the swimming pool this morning a half full trash can, the trash that floated… Continue Reading →

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