I have heard that to be grateful is one of the signs of a happy and successful person. Well, I must be pretty successful gauging by all the fantastic individuals in my life lately. I want to send out some grateful vibes to some of the people in my life who commit acts of kindness in my life.
-Tracy and Graham for producing life in the form of Luke Sherman any one who wants to send them a congrats email can at firstname.lastname@example.org. He just popped out today.
-Michelle for being one of the most interesting, inspired and fun loving women on the face of this planet. Thanks for one of the greatest Tofino trips of all time.
-Clare “with no eyes” for being funny, intelligent and trusting. Thanks for being such a great travel buddy. Aaaargh!
-Mark Lutterll for being an insanely generous and great friend who also gave me a kiteboard.
-Rik, David, Clancy my Dad and Mom for doing work on the property at Goldbridge. Word was that they were building in 42 degrees. I really appreciate it.
-To Jay and Carl. Thanks for continually staying in touch and connected even if we are far away. We love our ‘chuther.
-Chris thanks for being openhearted. You are great.
-Chris thanks for teaching me to kitesurf and launching and catching my kite today.
-Joanne. Thanks for loving me and making the effort, continually, to connect even when communication isn’t smooth. Really, I am so lucky to have you. Also thanks for all the fish!
-Mike and Greg. For without you this would not be possible. Visions and manifestations abounding.
-Merv and Cathleen. Thanks for following your hearts to each other. Also thanks in advance for the…. you know what!
-George. Thanks for knocking in a cheerful tone when you were testing the fire alarms in the house.
-George in NC. Thanks for being a great friend and an all around solid guy. Massive hug to you and your partner.
-Richard and Ross. Thanks for believing in me and my abilities enough to make me a team rider for Ocean Rodeo.
-Paul. Thanks for being friendly and helpful and modest.
-Steve. Thanks for being a mentor. The dash IS important.
-You. I really appreciate you hitting the site. Thank you. Hopefully this week you’ll be committing some RAK’s that make others feel successful and lucky to be alive.
There are about a million other people in my life who deserve thanks but I’d rather wait until I see you. Thanks in the time being.
I LOVE THIS LIFE!