Is pretty dope!
That is the hip way to say, awesome lol!
But yes, I have many up's and down's that happen on the daily. Especially when I'm out trying to stay open for opportunities and letting others in. Often times I find that to be a larger disappointment. I have faith though that one day it won't be. That one day I will find all the hard times to have been worth it.
A blessing in disguise as some would say.
Yet here I am, just so blessed in the midst of it all. I mean seriously? How was I given the coooooolest kid ever, out of all the children on the planet?! I wish I could give him the skills like skate boarding, or dirt bike racing. One day though when he is older I'm sure he will connect with people who can teach him those skills. In the meantime though I sit here and continually see how full of life my child is. He is open for anything. He is not afraid of change, or trying something new.
At least with me that is. Sometimes it's hard to put yourself out there without a partner in crime you trust.
I have made it my mission to do my best to train my child to fit into this lifestyle we are getting ready to embark on. Spontaneous adventures, outdoor fun, and travels. It doesn't happen overnight. It comes along with training and teaching for years. He has now gotten to the age where he is open to being flexible, not upset at schedule changes and even can join me when I do live music being trusted to follow directions.
Raise your children up the way that fits your lifestyle. Don't create limits to what you can or cannot do as a parent, or what they are or are not capable of doing as children. Allowing your potential to stay limitless gives you so much more of the world than you realized you could have.
Train up a child in the way he should go; Even when he is old he will not depart from it.