Ixtapa Pacific @ClubMedofficial with my daughters…

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on Mar 3, 12 • by • with 4 Comments

Back from amazing vacation thanks to fabulous resort property Club Med Official Ixtapa. Only regret is I will now terribly miss my girls… got used to being with them in such a great place every day. I have come to learn that it is all about… “moments” in our lives, especially with teens. Savor the moments and commit them to memory. The moments created on this trip will stay with me forever. Thank you Club Med!


Club Med Ixtapa Pacific with my daughters… February 2012 :-)

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4 Responses to: Ixtapa Pacific @ClubMedofficial with my daughters…

  1. Bruce Sallan says:

    Brings back memories for me, Ted! I was there with my boys and their mother when the boys were very young.

    Now Ted, you could’ve used a 2nd song – like one from Jimmy Buffet – instead of repeating James Taylor’s perfect one! Do you want me to do your music-editing from now on?

    • Ted Rubin says:

      Without any hesitation, before you change you mind, I say YES! Had such trouble getting this to load. Maybe you can help me make this one better too :-)

  2. What a GREAT trip!! The girls are lucky to have a dad like you who makes them a top priority. They will realize someday (when they have kids) how much we constantly think of them and how unconditional our love is. And you know what? It’s totally ok to live for those “moments” that are engraved in our minds for a lifetime. So glad you got a little relax time :)

  3. Ted Rubin says:

    Thanks so much Laura. It is me who is blessed to have the opportunity to be there for them.

    “They say that from the instant he lays eyes on her, a father adores his daughter. Whoever she grows up to be, she is always to him that little girl in pigtails.”

    Well for me it is always like those commercials where they show a Dad talking to his grown daughter and seeing her, in his minds eye, as a little girl. I hold on firmly to those memories with a passion and weave them into who they are becoming as women.

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