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My Journey to An Amazing Connection

Have you read my last blog? I hope you did.

Kobe Bryant just confirmed what I said last week. Have you seen how he has been playing lately? (poor Raptors). His team has its back against the wall and he is performing at a high level. It's do or die basically for the Lakers. Wow! Really impressing.

Enough with Basketball. If you don't stop me, I can go on and on with this sport. It is really a school of life. You see, I can't stop!.

Last week, we were celebrating the International Women's day. If you ask my opinion, we should celebrate the woman everyday. Here is why:

This coming March 16, our daughter will be nine months old. Time really flies. It has been one of the best nine months of my life.It is really a joy. I spend so much time with her that, every time that I go out, I can't wait to be home (don't get me wrong, I feel the same way about my wife as well lol).

Skylar is an early morning person like myself. As soon as she wakes up, I go in the room to get her so that my wife can get some extra sleep. I play with her, I feed her, I change her, and I make sure to turn on her favourite TV channel (yes, like her mom, she is a huge TV fan). I can see that she is really having fun until....her mom wakes up.

I don't know how these things work. As soon as she sees her mom, I quickly become a second thought for her (I don't think she even remembers that I am her dad). Her face shines with a wide smile, she is so excited that she cannot hold her emotions. She jumps up and down and she cannot wait to be in her mom's arm. And I am like: what about me girl? I have been playing with you for the last hour or so, now I mean nothing to you? My wife cannot even go in the other room. Skylar cries right away while I am holding her in my arms. Can you believe that?!

There is such an amazing connection between these two ladies that no matter what I do, I don't think I will reach this level with Skylar. Maybe time will tell. It is really a good thing to see.

That is why women should be respected, celebrated, loved and venerated daily. God gave them the power to create another human being (with our little help) and establish a connection with him or her that is really deep. And this goes both ways. The way my wife loves Skylar is out of this world. I am now number two in her life. Skylar comes first. It is a place that I have learned to embrace lol (like my old days on the bench in Basketball lol).

This reminds me that I have to call my mom lol

Way to go girls. You rock. As one of my favourite songs says, this is a man's world, but it wouldn't be nothing without a woman or a girl (I agree with you James Brown).

Moral of the story?
Do you want to have an amazing connection with the ladies in your life. Just wake up early to be with them and you will be forgotten as soon as they see their moms.

Always a pleasure

The Journeyman.


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