Tabitha wrote our 2016 Christmas Letter…sort of. She transcribed her conversation with Elijah, our youngest child.
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.
We met the most interesting man on a hike in El Yunke National Forest in Puerto Rico: an 87-year-old cancer survivor of 17 years strong, climbing to the top of the highest point on the island.
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.
Dr. and Shirley Dobson have been married for 56 years. He admonished me several years ago to make regular attempts to get away ALONE together.
When your family seems to be falling apart, feelings of disillusionment, depression and anger can overwhelm you. I’ve learn to respond to each of these.
Suffice it to say smirking, laughing and interrupting your way through a debate is not debate.
I’ve been involved in the speech and debate community since my first teaching job 21 years ago. It is without question the best activity you can get involved in for your family.
Do you wonder how much it cost my family to head to the mountains of Colorado and go skiing? Here’s a breakdown.