Christmas in Review

ElfAll in all, 2014 has been a pretty good year. I wrote a couple of good tunes, had some memorable performances with some great friends and thankfully the prospects of the new year look even brighter.

Fortunately I’m ending the year with a busy schedule but I couldn’t let the season pass without taking a moment to properly thank my Ranger Instructor buddies and their families for allowing us to once again share in their Christmas celebration. It was a blast!

Also, I’d like to give a big thanks to my good friends and fellow Ranger fans who not only made the trip up but also brought some incredible gifts for the heroes in attendance which included custom walking sticks crafted by Deep South Wood Workings, several dinner gift certificates from Matt Martin and One Blue Duck in Hoschton and Nick Jenkins and the good folks at Port Royale Marina donated a bagpipe copyday of boating and seadooing for two of the luckiest Ranger families. But by far, the most sought after door prizes were the custom art pieces donated by members of the Vets4Kids Organization who were represented by the founder, Chris Dorsey.

While I’m at it I can think of no better way to finish my last post of the year by thanking all of you who have encouraged and supported my little music business these past few years. May the gift of the next year leave you knowing the Lord keeps you in the palm of His hand.