If you've ever wondered what it's like to run a magazine or how crazy my personal life is, be sure to read the behind-the-scenes peek at the daily trials and tribulations of running True West. Culled straight from my Franklin Daytimer, it contains actual journal entries, laid out raw and uncensored. Some of it is enlightening. Much of it is embarrassing, but all of it is painfully true.
In addition to this current journal, my early journal entries show the rocky road and money lost in the True West Business Timeline.
Bob's biography - The Unvarnished Truth
My daughter's wedding yesterday came off with nary a hitch. The bride and groom chose a blueberry farm just south of Buellton, California.
The ceremony was outdoors under a huge oak tree.This is prior to the ceremony when the photographers were taking shots of the couple and the families. The bridge actually spanned a pond to an island, but the drought has been so bad there is not water in the pond
A Bridge Over Nada Water
Here are the three Radina women, Betty, Kathy and Deena. I'm crazy about all three. There is a slight family resemblance, no?
After the ceremony we retired to a big, grassy lawn area next to the ranch headquarters where dinner was served for 91 guests. After a series of toasts and great food, we got up to dance. The band was the Mumblers from San Francisco. Having played many a wedding myself, I had to take a photo from the POV of the drummer, a very familiar view I witnessed hundreds of times for most of four decades.
After the band it was DJ time and many of the kids danced until the wee hours of the morning. We faded about 10:30, but we had a ton of fun.
"On behalf of the band I hope we passed the audition."
Bob Boze 8:24 AM