The years seem to fly by at this point, looking back through my photo albums – here it is Christmas again! As you know, I love Christmas!
If I can’t invite everyone over for coffee & cake at Christmastime, I can at least offer you a tour of our home!
As 1997 began to draw to a close, and with David quickly growing up, like many parents, our picture taking was beginning to taper off as the years went by.
In the years to follow, our family began to look ahead towards retirement and moving back to the States…and our trips around the UK and Europe would begin to taper off.
Soon, I’ll begin to transition from posting photos on my blog, to instead posting my autobiography and all the writings I’ve compiled over the years.
My guess is that I have about 10 more posts of photos to go before beginning to post my writings, which tell the story behind all the photos I’ve been posting over the past few years!
In most every phase of my life, I wrote something that captures the thoughts and events of my life at that time, and once compiled together, they all dovetail to tell my story.
My story is one of following my dreams from an early age, with all the twists and turns and adventures along the way – not for fame or fortune – but to show you that your dreams can also come true!
We all have a dream that has been placed in our hearts by God, and our job is one of discovery and fulfillment – because His dream was given to us for a much greater purpose!
For you see, if I hadn’t had a dream of adventure and travel, I would never have met my wife in a small village in Germany…and my son would never have been born!
Behind the scenes I’ll continue scanning photos to keep our family organized…and I’ll still occasionally post special photos for your enjoyment!
I look forward to sharing my photos, thoughts and writings with all of you for many years to come…because I’ll never run out of content or thoughts on this journey of ours I call, “Life, Love & the Human Condition!”