You'd think since we're traveling full time that it would be easy to remember to slow down and savor the little moments.
That is sort of the point of doing this after all.
The one and only attraction to see at Falling Waters,
a single waterfall falling into a sinkhole.
You'd be amazed that it is just as easy to; waste time, lose yourself in technology, let time get away from you, get short with your kids, get snappy with your husband, let the dishes pile up, etc etc. Truth is, time can get away from you whether you're living a traditional lifestyle (house that's attached to the ground and whatnot), or a less conventional one (house that can float or fly away in any big storm).
For the first few months of our trip, I feel like I was letting time get away from me.
It was still great, and we did some cool stuff...and by default we were spending more time together doing things that we normally don't get to do. But it took a while to find our groove. I feel like we're just barely getting in to it now, and we've been on the road for nearly 4 months now!
Luke's version of fishing, cast it in, and start sketching.
The finished sketches.
Sometimes you just need to curl up with your Dad and take a nap.
(Please don't tell him I posted a picture of him in his underpants!)