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Friday, November 02, 2012

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km

thank you michael. thanks for this reflection and thank you for sharing your dream with my other half all these years. i too, am sad that it's going away, yet thankful for the way your dream has made the dreams of so many others a reality.

Timm Tews

Michael,

I was thinking about you recently, at a weeknight bonfire with a group of guys here in the Rockies of Colorado (where we now live), when someone mentioned he had been to a guy's house who built a Hobbit house in his backyard. A man cave of sorts.

Anyway, many years have passed since Cynthia and I stayed with you, for the Gibbons renewing their wedding vows.

Many things have changed for us since we moved from Los Angeles. Good things and not so good things...which have ended up being good things in the end. We had a miracle daughter, who is now seven. In February of 2011, a 8-10 pound liposarcom was found in my abdomen. It rocked my world in just about every way. Yet, I am really blessed. The Lord has delivered me to be cancer free, which I am grateful for. Every day that I live to see the sun rise is the best day of my life.

I remember that you have an extensive library. Have you ever read Richard Rohr's book, Falling Upward? If you have, I wonder if you resonated with it?

How are your kids doing, your wife, and you? Inquring mind wants to know.

Blessings,

Timm

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