(August 22) A Life Lesson from Watching My Little Nephew play Wii

I recently had the joy of spending the weekend with family, including two of my little nephews. While I love the season of life I am in currently, hanging out with my five-year-old and two-year-old nephews did make me miss the joys of being a dad to little fellas.


We managed to wrestle, play in a tent, wrestle, go on a bike ride, wrestle, and go swimming. I am quite envious of the endless supply of energy that children possess. I remember when I had it too, but it only exists in my memory!


One thing that stood out to me was a comment my five-year-old nephew made while we were playing Wii. We were playing a track and field game and he wanted to show me how good he could do at a relay race game. That little dude had controllers in his hands and pumped his arms like he was truly running in the Olympics. Did I mention the boundless energy of a child?