Saturday, October 24, 2009

Leaving Las Vegas

Tomorrow I will climb aboard that plane once again and head back home. I can't wait to get there. I miss the kids. Elijah's voice stripped out on him just prior to his play tonight. I wish I had been there to rally around him. I hope he forgives me.

I'm not really thrilled about flying. This is my first time. Tomorrow I will be 38,000 feet in the air. The alternative was driving 28 hours. NOT!

The lights of Las Vegas are truly amazing. The Rio is a great place to stay. They say what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. This time, what happened in Vegas is not going to stay in Vegas because I came here to help my new business grow and I believe it is going to. I cannot wait for this time next year to see just how much it will have grown. God blessed the Moringa tree. I love helping people. I am truly happy to be doing that.

1 comment:

  1. Been there...done that...and if it is any consolation Randy...I survived...and so will you...

    This words you've written are so true...Oh my it brings back memories....Regardless of how big and bad teenagers sound..they are so young and innocent on the inside. Unfortunately they must learn so many lessons the hard way...Just keep on loving them I know you do...This to shall pass.... Great Read!! Randy


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