As I sat down to write this morning, I realized this would be the last day that my blog would be seen in its original format.
Tomorrow, I will be relaunching www.mattham.com.
With that thought, I wanted to write a quick farewell post.
A ‘thank you’ to my readers as we prepared for a new chapter to begin.
As I sat here thinking of how to encapsulate my feelings with grand words of gratitude, I started hearing my twins laughing at each other over the child monitor.
I sat there for a minute, with my cup of coffee, enjoying the adorable cackles. In the midst of the 6am quiet, their cute little laughs made me smile as they filled the room.
Then, I remembered that we had taken all of the furniture out of their room to avoid climbing mishaps. Then, I remembered they were in complete darkness.
This slow realization led me to believe that their laughter was mischievous.
As I ran up the stairs, I hoped that my assumptions were wrong.
Both of their diapers were off and I’ll save you the description with a simple word:
A chaotic frenzy of rushing them to the bathtub followed by furious cleaning.
As I was on my hands and knees scrubbing the carpet, I couldn’t help but smile.
If I’ve said anything about living richly over the past 7 months, I would hope it could be summed up in this metaphor:
You can wake up to a room full of poop, and not let it ruin your day.
Life’s circumstances have brought you to exactly where you are. That doesn’t mean you have to stay there. (tweet that)
I started this blog after feeling a calling to write.
I am incredibly humbled by the experiences.
As we continue this journey together, who knows what we will find around the corner.
But, I do know this:
We will redefine what it means to be rich.
Should you want to continue the journey, adventurers are welcome.
Stay tuned tomorrow for the relaunch of www.mattham.com. Additionally, an opportunity to receive a free copy of my eBook, "I Am Here: A Journey of Losing Everything to Find Myself." See you then! Matt