I've missed writing to you and it seems like it's been forever, but I'm here so let's get to it! March was a busy month for me as my season got underway and through two events my game has been very inconsistent from tee to green. I haven't been upset with that because I feel that everything I'm working on will click very soon. I always remember that it's a process and sometimes things don't click right away or even in a month, but as long as I'm patient, things will get better. I look forward to getting back out there later in April! I will also be coaching at the First Tee of Greater Seattle during the spring session which starts April 7th. I always look forward to teaching the kids life skills and core values that they will use outside of golf. The program is great and the coaches are awesome. April is autism awareness month and even though I feel every month is autism awareness month, this is the time of year where we raise awareness and talk about acceptance. I love everyone who has autism and as many of you know my niece and nephew have autism and are doing great. Autism affects 1 in 68 kids, but we all know the number is bigger than that. I ask that all of you continue to educate yourself and others about autism and think of ways to help. turning away or making an excuse as to why you can't help should not be acceptable. I've met some wonderful people through raising awareness and I have a young man who is on the spectrum that runs my website. He doesn't want me to mention his name but we are getting closer to him being ok with me doing just that so stay tuned. I think he does a great job for me and the sky's the limit for him. He and countless others are the reason I tee it up every year. Golf has a whole new meaning for me now. I don't just do for me. I do for my autism community, my homeless community, and my underprivileged community. I'm very blessed and fortunate to represent my various communities and I whenever I have a tough time on the course, I think about those who are unable to get out and play or live through me and that puts the game in total perspective. I'm always humbled by the support I receive and I love you all right back. I have a recipe I try and live by everyday, and will share it with you. Take a few cups of love, one tablespoon of patience, one tablespoon, and one teaspoon of generosity. One pint of kindness, take one quart of laughter, one pinch of concern, and then, mix willingness with happiness, add lots of faith, and stir it up really well, then spread it over your span of life into communities that are less fortunate, and serve it to each and every deserving person you meet. Get out and make a difference in your community! At the end of the day we are all on the same team! Take care and God Bless.