An ancient Chinese proverb says, “May you live in interesting times.” Do we ever! It seems that life gets more and more “interesting” every day. That said, have been blessed to have the life I’ve had and I’m still waiting for the best days to come. I have a positive attitude and a desire to live each moment while still facing forward.
My father, Peter Dominick, settled in the small community of Cherry Hills, Colorado, after serving in WWII as a pilot. I recently published his diary from that experience. It’s called “Flying the Hump: The Wartime Diary of Peter H. Dominick.” It is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
The diary is a daily accounting of his time in the Assam Valley in India, flying aviation fuel and other materiel over the Himalayas, the highest and most dangerous mountains in the world, into China. Air bases were being built there to allow American bombing missions into Japan.
His military experience and legal expertise led him to a life of service through politics. That drive impacted me greatly, as I saw the impact he could have by helping his constituents conquer seemingly insurmountable obstacles.
He served in the Colorado State House of Representatives, the US House of Representatives, the US Senate, and ended his career as Ambassador to Switzerland.
From a very early age I learned how to interact with people from all different walks of life, and most importantly, how to be of service. As a result of that passion, I studied and practiced professionally a Japanese healing art called Jin Shin Jyutsu for fifteen years.
I have a B.A. from George Washington University in American Literature and a Master Degree in International Business from Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management.
I look forward to being of service to you!