Spent Easter Day with my family in Julian and as we explored we came across this small cemetery on the side of a hill. Didn't really think much about it until I came home and started looking though the day's photos, but I just recently had a conversation with a friend and we were talking about this book he had read. He explained that the author interviewed elderly people that were close to death and she would ask them what their biggest regrets were. The first thing most would say was that they should have spent more time with their families and then they would talk about the things they should have done or wish they did instead of regretting the things they did do. I apologize for going deep and it's not often that I do, but it all clicked for me as I'm typing this. I know that my family have had some serious ups and downs trying to run this business and nothing has come easy. There is absolutely no other way it could have happened though. I think it has really brought us together and we have grown from the experience. The older I get the more I appreciate them for all they have done for me. Anyway, I had a great day with my family and I'm glad for everyday I get to spend with them.
In the immortal words of "Scotty P"...."No Ragrets"