Happy New Year!

by Erich

Happy New Year to you all!

Man, I can’t believe 2010 is over already. It’s kind of weird though, because in many ways it puttered along. Probably because it was a rough year.  In a nutshell we had to deal with a bunch of health issues that my wife had from the birth of our second baby, financial problems that came as a result of mounting medical expenses, and on top of all that, unexpected deaths in the family. 

Since many of these issues had taken up much of my time (being Mr. Mom and working full time), this blog was put on the back burner so to speak. 

Yup, 2010 pretty much sucked. I’m hoping this year treats us a bit better.

So far, things are looking up.  The craziness seems to be calming down a bit at the home front, and I’m looking forward to doing a lot more in 2011 with you guys. For this new year I have many things planned for this blog so be sure to keep coming back and checking it out. And if you haven’t already be sure to subscribe!

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Comment by Michael
2011-01-03 08:53:11

I concur, 2010 was the year to forget as it was a rough one. Between multiple health issues for the family, the job situation, and the fundamentals of life and liberty under constant assault, I openly welcome the new year. Even if only a minor psychological threshold, as we pass to the next calendar, I wish others the strength to lift the yoke from their shoulders and brush off the vestiges of a less-than-sparkling year.

Of course, like most, I still have bunches of stuff on which to work, prepare, train, advise, and guide. And for me, that includes looking out for three young ones.

With all that in mind, I wish you and yours a healthy and worry-free 2011 and continued success with all your Tactical endeavours.

2011-01-04 00:13:03

Hey Michael,

Thanks for the comments and encouragement. I wish you all the best this coming new year.

 
 
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