This is What i really love to Do . Share the things you love to do.

Here is  a link to a review of the show I am currently in , on an online theater site. Theater Jones. I am pretty proud of this.

http://www.theaterjones.com/reviews/20130223182632/2013-02-24/J-Pla...

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Great review!!

Pretty proud? Very proud I would say!

And you look very natty, I might add. Thanks for sharing this aspect of your life with us.

I've thought all day about this, and it made me realize how much I've structured, either by chance or on purpose, my life around doing things I love:

I love (as much as anyone can) the design aspects of my job. There's always something new to tackle.

I love being a dad and having a family, having a house to work on inside and out.

I love local history; visiting old homes and places.

I love being the only rooster in the henhouse, as much as I complain about it.

I love an empty gym with the only thing between the weights and me being my mind.

I love watching the sun go down through the forest, splashing light across a newly mowed lawn with a drink in hand.

I love being in water; swimming, floating, diving, splashing.

That being said I love Summer, my favorite time of the year.

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