(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. I normally juggle at least 3 musical projects, and 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. When I first saw it, 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.