Some days or weeks, life just happens when you least expect it to.
My wife and I whom both work full-time in heavy sales roles were smacked in the face with the reality that our nanny has to tend to her own sick child for the next few days.
My wife was literally getting ready to walk out the door for work yesterday when she got the sudden news from our nanny. Without hesitation, she stopped what she was doing and readjusted her entire day to care for our daughter.
Today it’s my turn but I am not complaining, I love this girl!
Technology allows me to get my work done anytime, anywhere. Albeit on my daughter’s clock today, not mine. I have my Agency Management System, my work phone, and my email all at my fingertips which allows me to serve my clients regardless if I am sitting in my office or not. Not to mention my support staff back at the office. How great is that?
I may not be as productive, but I’m not skipping a beat either.
Kids or not, life happens to everybody and we all must face reality. Props to my fellow soldiers out there juggling life and work and finding ways to get it done. It might not always be pretty, but somehow it always miraculously works itself out.
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Since we’re in the middle of a lazy President’s Day holiday weekend with no real plans, my wife and I decided to check out Orange County Great Park in Irvine on Sunday to visit the Sunday Farmers Market. Located pretty much in the center of Irvine, not far from the Spectrum, Orange County Great Park is a transformation of the former Marine Corps Air Station El Toro into a massive metropolitan park.
The Certified Farmers Market is held from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. every Sunday. Fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables, handcrafted artisan products, and food trucks are on site to buy from. The weather was kind of crummy so the turnout was sparse but we bought some good food to take home to enjoy. We also walked a lot of the park which is dog and child friendly. It’s a great place to let them run loose and drain their energy.
Orange County Great Park has “The Great Park Balloon” which is the park’s main attraction. With the ability to hold up to 25 to 30 passengers, and soar 400 feet above the surrounding landscape, it serves as a public observation deck for the Great Park’s development and offers a 360° view that spans 40 miles on a clear day. Unfortunately, it wasn’t a clear day and the weather wasn’t ideal, so the balloon was closed . All good though.
Overall, it was a fun inexpensive way to get out to enjoy the weekend. I highly recommend it if you have kids or dogs and are looking for inexpensive family entertainment. Here are a handful of Orange County Great Park:
For more information including hours and activities, visit Orange County Great Park.