There are only a few good things about getting older and one of them is learning from the past and being able to recognize things.
The first four months of 2022 have been quite a ride in the financial markets. One day the stock market drops (Whoops) and the next
March is basketball overdose month for me. I love watching both the men’s and women’s NCAA basketball tournaments. The games are generally competitive and downright
I was drinking my coffee and crunching on a bagel the other morning. Deb was deep in the morning paper when she sort of gasped
It’s hard to believe that there are only a few days left in 2021. How are you feeling about the coming year? Optimistic? Pessimistic? Uncertain?
Almost seven years ago, Deb and I drove 7 hours to Kanab, Utah to adopt a border collie pup from the Best Friends Animal Shelter. After
I got an email the other day from our favorite pizza place here in town that they were going to start closing on Sundays because
On September 2, 1986, I opened the doors to what was to become Legacy Wealth Management. Me, my desk, phone and an empty four drawer
Many, many years ago, when my grandmother was still alive, we had a conversation that went something like this: “I don’t understand it. I watch
I recently returned from taking the most time off all at once that I have ever taken. I left on May 27 and returned on