When asked the question, “How are you today,” my Dad always replies, “Never had a bad day in my life,” even if his world is crashing around him. From you I’ve learned to appreciate the awesome force of optimism. Thanks Dad!
I want to thank my Mom, who always puts me on a pedestal, even when I don’t deserve it.
Appreciation to my wonderful husband Grant who patiently listens to my crazy ideas, and is a driving force towards helping me manifest my dreams.
Thanks to my amazing daughter Lisa who has, as an adult, become my best friend. Your enthusiasm and wit are an inspiration to me.
I originally sought out Carryn for physical healing, but she has turned into a guiding force in my life, helping me to make sense of the chaotic chatter in my mind. Thank you for helping me navigate the trials and obstacles of this incarnation.
I want to thank Todd, who used his awesomely brilliant computer mind to put this together for me, and gave me more than I paid him.
Joanie who, due to her crazy experiences, is a great source of material. We’ve been friends since the seventh grade, and shared life and death, laughter and pain, love and loss. Without you to talk to I’d go crazy, I think.
The Infinity girls, Sandy, Bobbie and Cindy, who help keep me grounded and centered, and who are always excited to explore new paradigms, ideas and philosophies.
My high school Creative Writing teacher, Mr. Mensch, who encouraged me to develop my craft and who, although you’ve long since passed, continue to inspire me.
And finally, I’d like to dedicate this work to my nephew Travis, who’s time on this Earth was cut short by tragedy, but who has taught me so much about living life to its fullest, the gift of forgiveness, and the miracle of family.