I know the legacy that I am creating with my wife and kids may be a little different than the one passed on from my parents, but this is the one I believe God is drawing me and my family to.
Over this past Christmas holiday, I had a few projects that were put on my honey-do-list. The projects were not anything too scary, unless you consider my background with wiring in light fixtures, and I had the best helper one could ask for… Sam.
Thank God Lindsay was so insistent on me pre-packing, because at 6:00AM on the morning I was leaving for New Market, VA, poop happened.
Y’all, I am one of the most blessed people that you will meet. Lindsay is literally a saint, not only because she has to deal with me on a daily basis, but because she also sacrifices all that she is for the betterment of her family and home. She really is a Proverbs 31 wife.
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…
One of the things I am most excited about with having a family, is starting our own traditions. Right now, we don’t have that many, but I know as our kids get older and the years continue to move along, we will come up with some great ones.
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.