Occasionally time gets all fuddled up and Adventure Us 2 seems to always come out on the short end. In part, attribution can be ascribed to our complicated lifestyles. It seems forever a challenge to carve out enough personal time to get it all accomplished. The month of November alone found us getting re-acquainted with the Twisted Sisters motorcycle ride on hunter's weekend in Bandera, diving in Cozumel for a long weekend, and hosting the mother of all garage sales to liquidate our possessions prior to closing on our house. Not to mention three (3) birthdays and Thanksgiving thrown in for texture. By the way, we closed on our house the very next Friday after our garage sale. (Yea that’s right, we are officially homeless.) We did this all while still feeding the job monster for, what is normally, a forty (40) hour work week. If truth be told, on average, we actually spend over fifty (50) hours with commute times added.
Janet Lees photos of Bandera
The truth of the matter is I have always admired people with the ability to work a full time job, spend time hunting and gathering, work on their boat, play with the kids, tend to the livestock, paint the house, go to the moon, and still find time to write a blog. I occasionally read a blog and the author does all of the above and has twins under one (1) year old, and another young daughter under four (4). Jeez. Where does she get the time?
Previously I mentioned that we sold our house and we are now officially one crucial step closer to living the dream. Janet Lee and I have been working toward this moment for the last five years, so don’t wake me yet. I want to bask triumphantly in the overwhelming feeling of accomplishment, oh I don’t know, for at least the next five years. We still have an eight (8) by eight (8) storage locker and an SUV that is functioning more like a closet than a car, but at least we have cleared the major hurdle. Now if I can just get JL to realize she doesn't need thirty pairs of shoes; we’ll be on our way.