I am so thankful for the time I have left, so that I can show my children, and all of you, how much I love you.  This time is a gift that many people have not been given. I especially appreciate the opportunity to show my children how life can be lived without anger, resentment, bitterness or regrets.  I have purged all of that from my life and intend to leave this life with nothing but love, acceptance, forgiveness and compassion in my heart.  I am so ready to live life to its fullest, I only wish I would have thought to do it sooner.

Craig Dunham – upon learning of his ALS Diagnosis

We hear the phrase, “Carpe Diem” or “Seize the Day” all the time, but what does that mean? How do we live a full and meaningful life? For each person the answer to that question will be different. Perhaps in exploring this site, you’ll have a better idea of how you’d like to spend your wild and precious life.

I believe the true measure of success isn’t about how much money we have, but about how much happiness, love, and joy we have in our lives. Unlike money, the more we give, the more we gain.

In this stage of my life, I’m experimenting with living a life where I think of happiness, love, and joy as currency. Please come and join the Carpe Diem Connections Facebook community and share the things that bring you happiness, love, and joy.