Leaving Colorado Springs and heading over the Rockies. We have such different perspectives on it, and also many of the same. We decided to share it at the same time. . . let’s see how this works.
Mike: Shane, Tommo (Shane’s 5 year old son) and I started out on an 800 mile adventure. The master of packing up the car, Shane, loaded it to the gills and off we went.
You know my first stop was Starbucks, where we ended up with a misunderstanding of what I ordered and a two for one deal. In the process of adding sugar to one, let’s just say, I ended up wearing some of it, and we weren’t even out of town. So, yes, you got it, we were laughing already.
Tommo: ( Sorry, he has lots to say, however, he is listening to Monster Mash on the ipod. )
Shane: After two Mountain Dews and one venti Americano (with sugar, shaken, stirred and spilled on Mike), I’m wishing I installed a catheter.
The drive was about hanging out with Tommo and Mike, creating memories and enjoying the drive across a beautiful country. On road trips, as in life, sharing the journey with others creates a more fulfilling and enjoyable experience. Have fun and bring others along!
Mike: Love it Shane. It was all about the experience. My first time through the Rockies was way more fun with you and Tommo and all of our FB and Blog friends. Won’t be forgetting this anytime soon.
We’ll share more in a couple of days.
What experience has been enhanced because you shared it?
Are there any areas of your life that you are journeying alone and could bring others along to share it with you?