From a light hearted post about good food, to Peter's celebration of family, football and collegiate rites of passage, to George Savage's inspiring story of what happens when good people are free to innovate and how they improve the lives of others, it's almost like a group of close friends tonight, relaxing, trading smiles and warming hearts. That's not to diminish in any way the very real and existential challenges we face, but rather to step back for a short time and put ourselves and our lives into some perspective.
I have a drive into the Rocky Mountains tomorrow, and so must get some rest. But if you don't mind, I'd like to share a smile first as my thanks to you, the good people of Ricochet, for your wisdom, your wit, your smiles, and your friendship. With that, just mix in some good music, a generous portion of perfect timing and comedic genius, and you get Victor Borge.