A conditional optimist with a passion for technology and local food
On Nov 4th, 2016 Kimberly and I and our 10 year old daughter Zuva, left Waiheke Island after 15 years.
We’ll be back in New Zealand on January 20th and the South Island is calling us. The next adventure is just beginning.
Complacent optimism – the feeling of a child waiting for presents. Conditional optimism – the feeling of a child who wants a treehouse and realises that if he gets some wood and nails and persuades other kids to help him, he can build one. I am not complacently optimistic about the future; I am conditionally optimistic. ~Steven Pinker