Wednesday, May 13, 2009


In the bad economy (and afterwards), make sure you take time to do little things that actually matter. Go for a bike ride or a walk, hold hands with your partner, eat a good meal, have friends over for dinner. There are lots of things to do that don't cost money and can be more rewarding than the things that do. Life isn't about cars and houses and rings and material; it's about experience, and knowledge, and relationships. We had dinner with friends tonight, and played a game. It didn't cost much, but it was a great time, and I'm grateful to be able to share with people who've had an impact on my life, and whose lives I think I've impacted in return. Thanks to all my friends, you know who you are. Cheers.

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