I have so many things to be thankful for….

I live in a free country. I really enjoy my life’s work, I get to work with people all over the world. I’m able to help others live healthier happier, more productive lives.

I have a great staff of people I work with. My clinic is 2 miles from my house (no rush hour traffic).

I live in a beautiful historic neighborhood where we know all our neighbors and routinely get together for social functions.

I have a fun and stimulating social life with a growing list of friends. My kids go to great schools.

I’m super healthy and stay fit by running, lifting weights, boxing, and playing tennis on a regular basis.

I get to walk my 13 year old golden retriever on a daily basis.I feel connected to God and know I have a purpose.

Yes I’m blessed and have a lot to be thankful for!

But when asked what am I most thankful for, it would be my Family.

I’m married to my childhood sweetheart, and after 27 years we are still happily married. Jill and I are closer now than ever before. Jill holds us all together!

I have 3 wonderful, unique, special children who routinely make me proud to be their Dad. Harris just turned 9 and is crazy about golf and baseball. I get to coach his baseball teams year round. This summer we went to the Dizzy Dean World Series. First time in 60 years. He is super smart and has an inborn knack for always saying and doing the right thing at the right time.Ridgeway (Ridge) is 12 and super smart, honors student who is quick to debate any subject, but has a warm soft spot for all things, especially his family (he, like Harris is a hugger). He and I play tennis together on a regular basis.

Dakotah who turns 21 next year has always excelled at everything she put her mind too. At age 5 she said she was going to live in N.Y.C. By age 8 she had written a play for for her class with roles for every student. At age 12 she had narrowed her college choices down to 3 (best writing schools in U.S., (Columbia was number one). She is now on a presidential scholarship for film in N.Y.C.

Life is so much fun. I’m SO VERY Thankful to be totally immersed in it day after day!

What are you thankful for?

Dr M


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