Okay typically I don’t do this but I really have to say this. I was not prepared for the bigness in San Diego last week. I will be so prepared next time that it will be ridiculous. Thank you all who came to that show and I promise that the next one will be worth the wait. I love San Diego and all the people who live there. Now I have to get back to working on being prepared. Love, Pat
Convince someone to want to be here on earth?
Make someone feel essential?
Love someone enough to change how they feel about themselves?
Delay or prevent family/friends heartache?
Talk someone into life?
Talk someone out of giving up?
Do you feel like once someone makes a decision to be…
while babysitting a 4-year-old I learned that when you squeeze seaweed, it pops like bubble wrap.
I realized that even the smallest wave can lift you up so high that it seems as though you could touch the sun.
It’s funny. Kids are so curious, as am I; but kids are so fearless. They don’t think “Hmm, if I pick up this critter, it may bite or sting me” they just think “Hmm this is cool let’s touch it and lick it, and see what happens.”
I could go on forever about this, but I’m tired.
I suppose, all I want in life is to be one big kid.
“On to the next road. Challenging it will be. Without struggles it will not be. But not matter how things go, we will have the times of our lives. We will fill every place we can with smiling faces, including our own.
Fear not, happy ending. You will be met by a truly joyous new beginning.
Thank you everyone for this beautiful life!”—Pat Monahan
As we(Train) approach the final tour of the Save Me SF record, I can’t help but to feel a bit melancholy about wrapping up the past 3 years. This journey has been lined with joy and laughter, appreciation and rebirth, new friendships and great old ones and so much love that we were able to share…