Howdy folks! It's Christmas eve; I've been under the weather and wrapped up in bed for the last few days ... but that's not been an entirely bad thing; it's given me some time to reflect on just how blessed I am. First, when I get sick, it sure is nice to have a warm house with indoor plumbing and a comfy bed; and my wife is an absolute angel, bringing me chicken-noodle soup and the like. And of course there are the other wonderful members of my immediate family, my two precious redheads, my daughters Ashley and Callie; though separated by nearly two decades, those girls are like two peas in a pod. Their laughter is like good medicine. In the middle of what, I am told, are the toughest economic times since the great depression we managed to buy our dream house ... and even sell our old house! My career has also never been better. I love my current adjunct professorship, my current band lineup, my new studio, my church praise leader gig, my DJ biz, and most of all, I love being a part of the WGS family. I truly wish each and every WGS customer could come and meet the folks who design, build, test, and ship the speakers ... for they are a truly special group of good-hearted and dedicated folks! I recently received an email asking if I could post a video showing how the WGS speakers are made. I'm not quite sure I can do that, as there are a few unique and proprietary methods employed. However, I think I can do a very nice little behind-the-scenes piece on what exactly goes into making a WGS speaker ... oh, and don't worry ... this time, when you get a glimpse of the man behind the curtain ... you will NOT be disappointed!
Until then, on this Christmas Eve I wish a Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night! Be blessed.