I will tell those of you reading this, what i am writing is as much for me as it is for anyone taking the time to read it. Yesterday i took 6 people through the Museum on personalized tours. 4 were scheduled 2 popped in. Since November of 2020, when we reopened, i have done maybe 50 of them. I love spending time with people, showing them the remarkable history and answering their questions. Better yet, we get to talk about why history matters and how it could be helpful carving our path forward. There's probably a half a dozen of us in the community that have as extensive a knowledge/understanding of how Sun City was built and why it worked. Virtually all of them were tied to the Del Webb Sun Cities Museum. That shouldn't be surprising, as the keepers of the collections, we spent a lot of our time working on it, showcasing it and talking about it. I have an added benefit in that beyond the Museum my background with other organizations in Sun City is fairly extensive. Visitor Center (before the RCSC took it over), Sun City Home Owners Association (where we rebuilt it), 3 years on the rec board and 3 years as president of the Sun City Foundation, written 5 magazines on Sun City (3 for the RCSC and 2 for SCHOA), and did all the writing for the 50th anniversary. There's other stuff of lessor degrees of importance but all giving me a measure of what Sun City is and how it works. Nope, not bragging. Because if you know the communities history, i'm a piker compared to some. There's all kinds of people who have stepped up and made Sun City what it is. Hell, if anything, those folks have been my inspiration, my mentors if you will. But alas, this post has dragged on long enough. I want to come back and finish my thoughts. The header was a teaser because as i look back over my near on 20 years here, i sometimes wonder if knowing what i know is a blessing or a curse. When i come back, i will explain further.