Everything is Awesome

When I looked up “adventure” on YouTube, I got a bunch of Lego videos.

When the primary user of YouTube is your 5-year-old son, you get a lot of Lego videos if you look anything up.

Netflix is the same way….I have mostly kids shows come up when I see what’s recommended by Netflix.

So…..I looked up “adventure”….and all these Lego videos came up….but….some of these videos about living on the road ….or container houses….or a bunch of other non-traditional ways of living….or….also came up.

So, apparently, it’s either Lego or going off and making big changes and living on the fringes of what we suppose are “normal” ways to live.

Check out this video I fouind….

It’s not so hard to hit the road.

There’s nothing all that hard about loading up both of the MacBook Airs and finding some WiFi out in the world.

There’s nothing all that hard about doing that….unless you have children.

Children are probably a good excuse for not doing anything.

Check this website out for the story of a couple….with a couple of kids….who are having a big adventure.

I’ve mentioned them before….


It’s possible to do it with kids!! How about that? You can do it with children….and do it with style.

I’m not going to uproot anybody or anything….

I doubt that I’m brave enough to do that.

I’m going to try and bloom hearty and wild where I put down roots.

I want to bloom.

But….it’s possible to roam and still keep it all together….while you have the big adventure.

And, now I know, too…..there’s a whole lot more to “adventure” than the millions of Lego videos that come up when I put the word into the search field of YouTube.

And…..there’s more to searching for something than putting some words into a search engine.

“Adventure” should be bigger than watching somebody on YouTube explain what the word should mean.


About Peter Rorvig

I'm a non-practicing artist, a mailman, a husband, a father...not listed in order of importance. I believe that things can always get better....and that things are usually better than we think.

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