So, I am finally starting to feel better about things.  No, the firm hasn't started making mad money.  But a couple of things are true.  First, J and I are getting close to a green card.  That will be huge.  Second, the stable of civil cases in the firm is growing.  We are still at the stage where they are costing money.  But, for the first time, I can see real financial success.  I'm determined to live my life exactly how I want to.  And no later than age 45.  I'm still working my tail off trying to keep the place together.  It's not that anything actual has changed.  It's just that I can see things changing.  And that is almost as good.  For me the hardest part is feeling "bored". I work hard and putter in my yard.  I really miss how active I was in Alaska.  Nevertheless, I will be there in a few weeks.  To say I am looking forward to it is a huge understatement.  The kids are doing great and J and I are getting along pretty well for a couple who have been married 10 years in July.  Ten years.  Good god.  It's been tough for us, and for her.  I hope the next ten are better, and easier.  As the kids get older and I hopefully get some money, I have big plans especially when it comes to travel.For example, I have always wanted to go to Italy. I hope to eat in this place before I die. Take the kids. Not worry about having to be anywhere or what it costs. I don't think that is too much to ask after a lifetime of work. Let's see how the next few months go.  


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