We spend a lot of time at the studio, we actually call it the farm. It’s not really a working farm, we don’t even have a barn, however it is a 100 year old farm house so we call it a farm. =) For our family it’s a little retreat. Some families have a cabin or home “up North”, we have ours “out East”. It’s so beautiful there around dusk, the sun sets across the street over the cornfield and we always see some sort of wild life. We like to have a fire in our fire pit and Gus rides around in his power wheels jeep he just got for his birthday. It’s very relaxing, not that where we live is a bustling metropolis or anything, but it’s not as peaceful.
For Father’s Day we grilled out and played a boy vs girls game of tee ball. I really need to get some batting practice in when Gus isn’t around.
We also remembered Grammy. One year ago my Mom passed away after a fight with liver cancer. Technically tomorrow is her one year anniversary, but she passed on Father’s Day so this will always be her day. Mark doesn’t mind sharing his day.
This last year has been a tough one, and I know there will still be rough days ahead. Thank you to my family, friends and clients who have been there for me, had hugs for me and have been patient with me.
Happy Father’s Day