Still in SC today but we're heading to south FL tomorrow. Never fear though, this (blog) show will go on LOL!
Last year I introduced you to David Arp when he shared some thoughts and our spotlight. Today David returns to share treasures with us and info on his new book, ORB.
Welcome back Dave!
Thanks for having me, Pamela. This is the second time you’ve been so gracious.
My dad used to ask me what I was up to. I would answer with whatever it was at the time. If it
I mentioned on my personal blog not long ago that I was going to start looking forward to my 90th birthday celebration. I don’t know how long I’m going to be here anymore than the next person does, but at least time will slow down. Looking back does nothing to the perception of time. We tend to do that as we age. Look back I mean. I don’t think I’m alone in that respect.
Time spent with God and family and friends is time well spent. My kids. My grandkids. My brothers. My cousins. My friends.
Treasures are in memories, yours and theirs.
Many a man has passed from this life leaving millions of dollars he would have gladly spent on more time.
PS: the young lady on the horse is my 10-year-old granddaughter who did a free-style reining pattern to the song Footloose. For the encore, she had her horse perform and 20’ slide then a flat spin in the middle of the arena. When she jumped up in the saddle and danced the crowd went nuts and her mother nearly passed out.
Wow, I think I would pass out too but BRAVO for her! Thanks for sharing your treasures with us Dave.
David Arp was born in Arizona, raised in Texas, and lives in Colorado with his wife of 32 years. He’s 61, but has only spent half of the past 40 years at home. The other half he traveled and worked the oilfields of the world, from the deserts of the Middle East to the vast oceans offshore. He has three children and six grandchildren.
Hope you enjoyed today's post and that you'll join us again for Tuesday Treasures, Thursday Thoughts and Saturday Spotlight.
Until next time, take care and God Bless.