My four daughters make me a rich man. Before daughters, I use to hike mountains for grand vistas. I use to drive myself to extremes for lighting in desert canyons. I use to dream of solitude and still water in places no man had seen before. I wanted to see the secret beauty this world hid from the lazy and the uninterested. I wanted to listen to time like sandstone monolithic cliffs. I wanted to hear stars explode against a backdrop of wild moonscape desolation. But now I want to see my daughters smile. I want to see them shine. I want to hear them speak. I want to watch them grow into amazing and wonderful natural phenomena. I am blessed to be a father.