(kidding, please read on)
The truth is I’ve been (non-religiously) blessed with many things: family, friends, music, career, a nice butt, and most importantly, a happy heart. Strange that my butt has gotten me further than anything else (if questionable humor isn’t your thing, you may want to move on to the next chucklehead).
I never wanted a 9 to 5 life, I’m not wired for it. I have a strong work ethic, but always wanted to work for myself. I now have a great career as a director/producer, and a musician. Music, guitar in particular, is my passion. I set a goal of getting one of my bands signed to a major label, and holy crap we actually did it. The deal immediately went bad of course (long story, fairly typical), but we enjoyed getting there. Music will always be one of the joys in my life.
Most recently I’ve been restoring a jewel of an old house in Petaluma. It was like walking into a dream. It’s a 1930’s Mediterranean work of art, built so well it makes contractors swoon. I’ve brought much of it back to life, but there are still some major projects I'd rather do with a certain someone. If that doesn’t interest you, let’s go live overseas, I’m easy.