A humble and honest account og my life and times in Las Vegas, Nevada. Living here fot the last fifteen years, and being involved in the largest building boom cycle ever undertaken in the history of the world, and stll being alive to talk about it, has given me a sense of gratitude and simple appreciation for life, Love, family, friends, and the very fleeting nature of life as we know it.
I take nothing for granted, and I am grateful to be alive.
My single most overriding obsession in this life is to perhaps leave this world in some significant way, a better place than I found it. There is nothing that recommends a parent as much as his or her judicious guardianship of the principles and values which are the foundation for the quality of life we have enjoyed in America over many generations. Unless we gage our actions and commitment through the prism of future ramifications, then we are shortchanging our children and their children's children. What decisions we make and what actions we take now will have far greater impact on future generations than many of us realize. So even though the challenges are not completely threatening in any person's particular circumstances, it does not absolve that individual from contributing in a way mindful of the world and it's sustainability in generations to come Optimistic , Adventuresome and Curious, Intense and Diplomatic. Well aware that I am blessed with a life full of experiences that because they did not kill me they have caused me to become stronger. I appreciate how lucky I am now, and how incredibly lucky I have been in the past. I am always excited to know what's going to happen next.I will never relinquish my absolute fundamental faith that goodness, joy, pleasure and love are the essence of life. I am thrilled to be alive and will never surrender for myself or my loved ones the dreams we are meant to live