Wild Nights In The Woods: Waking Up In Morro

2018 is a wrap, and what a year it had been!

Still can’t believe I survived a year in my car since leaving a stable job and an old way of life to set out on a journey.Rest Areas and Parking Lots

Like always, I have the same doubts and fears of what the new day will bring just as I had when I first ventured out into the unknown. Having gone through the experience last year I am humbled with this yet another mountain to climb. Thankfully, this will keep my feet on the ground. Reminded I am no special than the rest, just unique and just as temporary. Yet despite the inescapable hurdles that lay ahead I am excited of the opportunities that lay over the horizon, and what I can do of what I will be blessed with this year.

There is so much to be thankful for, and I owe it to family, friends and the growing number of people I meet inspiring me along this journey.

Everyday, in my car, I am reminded of how lucky I am.

If anything I take out of 2018 is that I don’t need a lot to be happy. And it seems the more I give up, the more I get in return. The less I own, the more I do. I have never been more optimistic and less scared to try.

What I know is that I can. And until otherwise, I will.

It also goes without saying that I am only badass because I have the best homies who always have my back – accepting me and my eccentricities.

Part of the reward is that I get to spend some of the best moments with some of the coolest and nicest people, sharing some of the wildest of times, and of our lives.

I am honored and grateful to be part of such  an awesome tribe.

Some are the things that I treasure, value and live for. Moments and experiences.  Memories that for sure will last a while.

So when this is all over there will be few regrets left.

To the new day!

Thank you!