In my conversations with you, you tell me how you hiked all 48 of New Hampshire’s 4,000 footers. You were a lot younger, but it feels like yesterday. You and I know one of the secrets to life is simply putting one foot in front of the other. It’s putting food on the table, the kids through college, and retirement checks in the bank.
You tell me how much you learned from your dad. How he could build anything and how your kids feel the same about you because you’re always at their house working on something. I remember like it was yesterday a conversation we had where you said, “Dad helped me build our garage. You should see it.” I did. It was perfect.
Over the years now, you’ve introduced me to more and more members of your family, and they’ve done the same, and all of a sudden, we’re talking about a dozen of our own “4,000 footers” as clients, if you will. It didn’t happen overnight. Nothing worth anything ever does.
Action Line: Money buys you the freedom you deserve. Pass this along to someone you care about. They’ll never forget you.
P.S. You wrote, “This is my father atop Bondcliff in the bicentennial year of 1976. It may be the most dramatic place in the White Mountains! Merry Christmas to you and your clan.”
Merry Christmas to you too.
Originally posted on Your Survival Guy.