This has been another fun week in the trenches of bachelorhood. I’ve had a very interesting opportunity this past week to course correct on some of my previous opinions about food and taking an “any port in a storm” approach to fuel. In addition to that, Julie an I are closing in on getting our new home squared up. This is great news as the family will be reunited in the coming weeks.
OK…so what was my lightbulb moment this week regarding food and(more)
Good day everyone. This has been one hectic week and slightly more dislocating than the previous two. The payoff for me, I got to see my bride for a few days as she was in town to volunteer at Camp Sunshine. She brought Adelyn down. We had some pretty awesome times together rolling around, going for walks and watching her demolish pounds of food. This girl is amazing. She completely disses pureed food(more)
I’ve managed to survive yet another week. Let’s recap what has been an enlightening and continually turbulent living situation.
Actually, I need to back up into Saturday to properly tell the story. For months now, I’ve been wanting to try a sensory deprivation tank. Jim Laird, Lucy Hendricks and Kate Galliett have been going on and on about the benefits. So, after several weeks of moving, adjusting, coaching and writing…I booked an appointment at FLO2S in Little Five(more)
I must admit, I underestimated the disorganization that come with this move. The first week was TOUGH! The good news, I’ve discovered my real challenges and can address them (hopefully) in the coming weeks. To catch up our readers as to the current state of affairs, Julie and the kids have moved up to TN with my parents for the better part of 6-8 weeks. We had to move out of our old house before our new house was ready. As much as(more)