Greetings from the bowels of the world’s largest advertiser. I hope you and Pennie and all the kiddies and grand-kiddies are doing well. I miss you guys but work and family responsibilities keep me tied down here so there’s little chance to hop in the tie-dyed VW bus and attend every event.
You know what I like about you, Roy (besides your off-the-wall wackiness)? You try at times to show the attributes of God in what you do. I have witnessed how you are no longer as visible in the Wizard Academy promo stuff, on the website, etc. Your MMM is the one place we get to see Roy but that’s about it. I believe you came to a point where you said, “It must increase, and I must decrease.” You realize it’s not about you, but about the knowledge that you and the many other instructors share with your students.
Another example is the sushi lunch you took David and me to last year. You ordered an abundance of food, and shared that you like to do this with others. To me this is a visual reminder of God’s abundance. By casting their nets on the other side of the boat, Jesus’ disciples pulled in so many fish the boat started to sink. How over-the-top and hilarious on God’s part! You like to do that too, don’t you?
Anyway, gotta go “struggle for the legal tender.” Take care and I hope to see you sometime in the next few months in Austin.
Procter & Gamble