Enjoy this beautiful Saturday!
I could go on and on about the enrichment he provides for the kids. But the kids aren't the only ones benefitting from his genuine love of life. I had NO idea what I signed up for when I said "I do." I couldn't have predicted that he would teach me to use power tools, drive lawn mowers, pull trailers, demolish and rebuild bathrooms, edit video, and change my brake pads (let's hope I don't have to put that last one to practice). He also pushes me to test my limits and pursue my dreams. He's the swift kick in the butt I need when I'm losing sight of my goals. And let's be honest, sometimes he just flat out drives me crazy. I'm sure the feeling is mutual.
So when he started showing me pictures of hand-crafted teardrop trailers I thought to myself, "here we go again." Then he got his hands on an old busted up camper. Next thing I know, we are hauling the camper home and he is disassembling it on our driveway. I used to worry what the neighbors must be thinking... Now they just come over and ask. A nice lady from down the street stopped on her morning walk to inquire and was very optimistic that it will turn out great. Whew. I still can't quite wrap my head around how it's all going to come together, but I am confident that Ryan has thought of every last detail and can visualize the entire blueprint in his mind. I'll have a better understanding of it all as it comes together.
You can read more about the trailer project on Ryan's blog: http://ryanvanzant.blogspot.com/2013/09/trailer-project.html