The words you are about to read are not my own because I would never be caught dead watching The Bachelor. I hired out a ghost writer who goes by the name Luap. So without further ado… here is what I, I mean here is what HE learned from watching The Bachelor.
Since I had the breaker off while I was messing around getting the wires back to how they were all connected before I started trying to fix the chandelier, and then I thought I might as well replace the lightbulb and then go switch on the breaker. As I twisted the lightbulb in, something funny happened…
The goal for me is to give my wife and kids as many years of adventures as possible. That to me is the real driving force.
The luxury of time is something we all have. Yep, that’s right… I said it and I will say it again. Time is a luxury we all have. Now I know the initial thoughts some people are having are “Stippichio, I am working 18 jobs, get three hours of sleep, make almost no money, have…
Details are important. They can make or break the kind gestures that we try to do.
I love the community that I am surrounded by and am honestly humbled by all the love and generosity.
“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it.”
Ferris, what a wise, nay… a sage high school student. That little piece of advice is so true and on so many levels. As I have been thinking over this post, two different events have come up that have really put this movie quote into perspective.