My many thanks for putting up with all my antics for almost 30 years) from my multi-talented, beautiful wife. These past two weeks we’ve been the “seniors” in our 3-week Thai Massage class. The other students keep hearing us laugh throughout the practice sessions in our tie-dyed shirts (that usually happens when we can’t remember what we’re doing or when I fall over backwards trying to work on some manipulation on Annie). I hope they don’t think we’re making fun of the class… it’s just it’s hard for us to take it too seriously. This morning I took my early morning walk. During each walk I usually chant a song for the hour as I pass the rice fields. One morning it was “Does your Chewing Gum Loose it’s Flavor on a Bedpost overnight?” Yesterday I kept singing “They’re coming to take me away” Today the Beatles’s “When I’m 64” stayed with me for the whole walk. I was getting ready for tomorrow. Again, thank you Annie for the drawing and for sharing this adventure and every other adventure we’ve had these past colorful years – and for all the ones coming up in the next 20-30 years.