Daily Gratitude – Day 1608

Today I Am grateful for a bit of a milestone day, bringing the boys with me for their first TZB parade gig! It was a rather short parade, so I figured I’d give them a test run on it. Fortunately they had their scooters, but David still complained about the amount of walking we had to do. Jacob did wonderfully, considering his bee phobia, but the cooler weather kept the bees away this morning. We all enjoyed some great food provided to us by the local fire department after – incredibly amazing (and rather huge) burgers!

I Am also grateful for a great evening with them, doing some shopping for Jacob’s upcoming school project… in which he is portraying “Weird Al” Yankovic! Had to get him some floral shoes and colorful pants – he already got the Hawaiian shirt a couple weeks ago, and I remembered I still have my wig from when I did Hair back in 1994 – it just needed a little TLC. Afterwards we hit Diary of a Wimpy Kid – The Long Haul. I haven’t laughed that much at a movie in a while! (Sort of a National Lampoon’s Vacation for today’s youth – and just as funny!)

Finally I Am grateful for the memory of Gregg Allman. Such great music over the years – I’m surprised he was only 69… I worked backstage when we hosted The Allman Brothers Band in college. The guy nearly knocked me over after the show! Which, in retrospect, would have been much cooler if he did.

RIP, sir. Thank you for your contribution to this planet.

I Am looking forward to an amazing tomorrow, filled with love and joy, prosperity and abundance, creation and completion, new possibilities and new realities. I anticipate ending the day in complete satisfaction, knowing that only good is coming to me. It is going to be the best day of my life, and I Am grateful for tomorrow today!

And So It Is.


About Brian Jude

Brian Jude is a producer, director, screenwriter, actor, assistant director, script consultant of feature-length films, videos and television programs and commercials. He is currently producing the drama/biopic feature film, "The Miracle Man," based on the life of Morris E. Goodman. (See http://miraclemanfilm.com) In 2006, after a collaboration with the critically acclaimed power-acoustic Indie rock band Friday’s Child to produce the concert film Friday’s Child: Live at Luna Stage, Brian Jude teamed up with front man Tom Walker to create Digital Cafe Tour (DCT) - http://digitalcafetour.com - bringing live concert performances from the stage to the home via internet streaming, public and Video On-Demand television. Brian has produced and directed over 60 music and comedy concerts with DCT. In the wake of his interest in Morris Goodman and the topic of self-development, Brian Jude founded the Inspirational Internet Radio Network - http://iirnet.wordpress.com - where he hosts two shows of his own, Success Odyssey and Manifesting Mastermind. Note: Brian Jude is a graduate of Landmark Worldwide and participates in several programs within Landmark. The views expressed on this blog/website are Brian Jude's personal views and are not the views of Landmark.
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