A Little Bit About Me

aboutmeThanks for visiting my site. I am an author, writer, and blogger whose passions include connecting people and affecting change. I’m also a self described sports, tech, music, and peanut butter junkie.

I currently live in Tampa, FL, and am the father of two awesome kids. My wife Lee Sullivan is a beautiful and talented blogger, and I invite you to visit her site when you have a moment.

As for my blog, it’s my way of capturing the ramblings, thoughts, and ideas that come to me. The topics are varied, and some entries are more intense than others, but overall it’s a collection of the musings my mind chooses to entertain.

It’s hard to believe so much time has past since my first blog post back in November of 2004.  Time definitely flies when you’re having fun and/or recovering.

Thank you all for the continued support, encouragement and inspiration.   I hope you all keep reading, keep smiling, and keep cashing those bribe checks I’ve been sending.  For all you newcomers, thank you for taking the time, and I hope you enjoy the nonsense that rattles around in my head.

Banner photos by Elise Schreiner Photography

All items posted on this site are copyright of Gil Gonzalez and danaCreative

16 thoughts on “A Little Bit About Me

    1. Alan, feel free to send me an email (gil@danacreative.com) with any preliminary questions you may have, and we’ll make some time to get on a call and discuss. It was a pleasure meeting you Thursday night.

    1. A very belated Thank You to you, Sandra. I appreciate you thinking of me, and I will follow-up on this soon. Funny how things get lost in the shuffle sometimes. Hope all is well with you,

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