The stimulus for this post is some awakening inside. My Epic Journey was full of adventure, disappointment and successes. At the time, I probably wished time away, but now I realize that I wish I had savored every single moment. I don’t want to make the same mistake again. I don’t want to wish time away. I want to face it all, head on.
In 2013 I crossed America. I went from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean. I was on foot 2,594 miles. I was in a car 458 miles, and I pushed a Jogging Stroller. The stroller carrier my gear and supplies. We were a hell of a team.
Their were many difficulties on this Epic Journey. 3 supporters passed away while I was gone. I cried, laughed and had many serious moments. I almost gave up hope, many times. I disappointed some and some disappointed me. I had wanted to be on foot every single mile. I didn’t do that, but I did my best.
I did my best. Others don’t know for sure if I did my best or not . . . . . but I do!
When I look back now I realize how much I miss it all, the good and the bad.
It was an amazing, awesome and fantastic Epic Journey.
Ya know what, life itself is an amazing, awesome and fantastic Epic Journey.