. Getting back to playing golf again. Three years ago, I decided to give up playing golf in exchanged
for something I thought was more important in life than my passion for this game. I sold my clubs and
tried to forget golf for two years! If you've known me or had played with me in the
past, you'd think I was out of my mind. But yes, I had that moment. The year 2013 has been an
awesome year for me as far as golf and I are concerned. I even got the chance to play for the
Wounded Warrior Project golf tournament. Although my team didn't win in the tournament, it's good
to know that we played for a good cause. I am happy to be back playing the game I so love. I will
never ever give it up again for anything.
. Europe Trip. Yes, last September I went on a two weeks vacation to Italy, Austria and Germany. I had the best times of my life. I'm currently in the process of finalizing my draft and
have been working on the pictures I took from this trip so I can post it here soon.
Marriott hotel lobby- Rome, Italy
fellow tourists and eventually became friends
gondola ride in Venice
King Ludwig's palace-Munich, Germany
. Work, Work and more Work! Don't get me wrong. I love my job. It's one of the reasons I wake up
feeling refreshed every morning. Every day is different from the other. The interactions I have with
fellow employees and the experiences of talking to different people from all sorts of backgrounds
is always such an awesome experience.
Life may seem like a boat ride on an enraged sea amidst raging waves at times but still, interlaced with snippets of calmness brought by the sight of a sandy shore. My passion for life, the resilience of my spirit and the love of my family and friends will make this journey truly exciting.
I will end this post with this quote from one of my all time favorite movies. "The saddest people I've ever met in life are the ones who don't care deeply about anything at all. Passion and satisfaction go hand in hand, and without them, any happiness is only temporary, because there's nothing to make it last." --from the movie "Dear John"