CannaPete’s Words of Wisdom: Moving Forward
You can’t truly live until you let go of the past.
It doesn’t matter what yesterday entailed what matters is the space you’re in now and tomorrow
This week’s words of wisdom have inspired me to add something to this post…
Being apart of Dabbin Dad has opened my eyes to things that I didn’t know were important to me. Having such a great group of Dabbin Dad contributors all advocating for patients, sharing insight and pushing for cannabis reform has made me so thankful to be apart of the cannabis community. A few years ago, I would’ve never thought I could find such an amazing group of people that mean so much to me. Dabbin Dad is not an individual, but a group of people that find personal reward in helping others. I’m blessed to have each and every one of them apart of my life. Dabbin Dad would not be what it is today without these wonderful motivated people. I would like to take a moment to acknowledge everyone… this is the Dabbin Dad family! Thank you, From Dad and the CT Cannabis Community.
Tha Red Baron, you have become a part of my family. My kids love having their “Uncle” over, just as much as I enjoy the company and support. You really incompass all the great qualities of a friend. I value your efforts day in and day out. You are always there when we need anything and we will never forget. We, King Dab and I, will always support you.
CannaPete, what can I say… it has been amazing to have our lives intersect not once, but twice. You are a great friend. Your cannabis knowledge and experience has had a great impact in my view of life. Having you join the team as one of the first contributors opened the door for everyone else. Since my time in the Marines, I have not seen someone so dedicated to a cause. Your impact on the CT MMP Program has affected every patient in the program. Without your participation in the state program, we’d probably still be smoking homogenized flower.
Uncle Lou, your drive and compassion has brought a new dimension to Dabbin Dad. We have done some great experiments together. The cooking experience you bring is so helpful to patients. Who knew cannabis edibles don’t need to taste earthy, with the right approach you can have quality medicine that taste like you bought in a bakery.
Smokin’ SueZie, since the start of the site, King Dab and I wanted to add a female perspective. Both men and women find solace in cannabis. Your insight provides assistance to female patients, that honestly I could not talk about with experience. It took us a while to find someone that was the perfect fit, but it was all worth the wait. Your energy and commitment to cannabis and veteran assistance was and still is beyond all expectations. I truly thank you for your sacrifices and dedication not only as Dad, but as a proud veteran!
Mark Ward, the newest contributor to Dabbin Dad, I’m blessed to have crossed paths with you socially. You bring a firm understanding of all things cannabis. We are happy to share your journalistic pieces which not only informs CT patients, but of those in MA and beyond. I look forward to growing our collaboration.
Finally, King Dab, without you I would not be able to sit here and write on the Dabbin Dad platform as it is. Your insight, technical and creative drive is why we are all here. As a friend, I’m happy to have co-founded Dabbin Dad with you. Your energy and friendship is what pushed me through some dark times and gave me the support to start advocating for cannabis. You opened my eyes and reminded me that as a team we can do so much more! I will be forever grateful.