This holiday season I got the pleasure to work on my farm. I went to a community holiday social. West Virginians are great people. They immediately welcomed my wife and I to the area.
Karl and Colleen are great. They really made the holidays extra special.
I was blessed with snow and a wonderful Christmas with my family.
We sat around the fire and played games. Sometimes Jenna and I would just sit on the couch staring at our Christmas Tree.
I love my wife. She gives me a youthful spirit. I just make her crazy. She is going to be the mother of Neutron, our baby.
We are thinking giving him my name. I can't wait for the day when I get to change little Luke's first dirty diaper : )
My mother worries too much. But, she loves me and I love her.
The drive to and from the farm is long, but well worth it. The change in geography is quite dramatic. The Appalacian Highlands are quite extraordinary. I recommend visiting Cooper's Rock.
We have had some serious snowfall accumulation this year. Hopefully, it will keep going.
Hopefully that is a good sign for America's farms. They are the heartbeat of this country. Especially when we are losing our manufacturing industry.
The government needs to give a tax incentive for Green American Corporations. They are the future of the prosperity of this country and maybe this world. It just my humble opinion that there are clear environmental changes occurring. We need to get with the rest of the world and embrace what is to come as a world community process.
Steve Hills, the President of the Washington Post invited me to breakfast to talk business. I really conversing with an entreprenuer and member of the Warren Buffet community. He asked me about DC Pages. I told him our philosphy and he told me about Buffetism.
I do not know the future, but I sure enjoy the experience.
The Art of Buffetism
Rule No. 1 Never lose money. Never compound money.
Warren Buffet carried the Washington Post as a boy. I carried the Washington Star. : )
You can't make a good deal with a bad guy.
I love DCpages and the everything above that it has given me. Not to mention, the really great friends I have had the pleasure to meet along the way. The Washington Post is exploring working with DCpages over the next few months.