Colorado “visitors”

Driving to the gym this morning, I had to pull over to witness this “visitor” on a morning jog down the lane. Just awesome 😉


Times with Hermione

Our family lost a wonderful dog last week :(. Hermione was only about 5 years old and she passed away suddenly from Bloat/gastric torsion while we were in Glenwood Springs for Payton’s soccer tournament. We have had some time to grieve and I will always be thankful for the joy she brought to our lives. She enriched our family in so many ways and will truly be missed.

What a weekend!

I am so grateful for this past weekend! I had the unique and amazing to see Tony Robbins, Gary Vaynerchuk, and others at the National Achievers Conference in Denver on Thursday. It was wonderful and inspiring.

Friday Isaac had his 11th birthday party and we went to an Escape Room in Broomfield. It was a ton of fun! (And we escaped with less than 2 seconds to spare)!

On Saturday, we celebrated Mother’s Day as a family and with my mom and dad. We discovered a great new pizza place off South Pearl in Denver.

Sunday, we had soccer, flag football, relaxed a bit and then met Sheri’s parents for dinner at Anas Mexican Grill in Westminster.

I am so grateful for my family, my friends, my amazing wife, and my life!

For my amazing co-workers

Today is “Administrative Professionals Day.” I’ve renamed it to suit what my amazing co-workers do.

Happy Administrators of postivity, joy, oxytocin, love and healing Day to Jessica and Kristel!

I am truly grateful and lucky to have you on my team!

Our patients are so thankful for them both, there isn’t a shift that goes by that I don’t hear at least one “they are so thoughtful” or “those ladies brighten my day!”

They help keep this ship running, and they allow us to follow our purpose with passion, to help as many people as we possibly can!

I am truly grateful for them both!



Communication is of VITAL importance in all relationships! Last night, Sheri and I spent some time (as we do quite often) just chatting and catching up about our day, communicating 1-1.

I love talking with Isaac in the earlier part of the morning while he is eating his breakfast, and I love talking with Payton later when he is eating and getting ready for his day.

At the office, we have open lines of communication between my staff and I. We use hand signals for non-verbal communication to better serve our patients as well, so there isn’t a lapse in what needs to be done for them.

There have been times I have let communication dwindle in my relationships and that NEVER turns out well, and I am so thankful for the people in my life that help ensure the communication lines are always open and flowing 🙂