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Big Sexy Soldier Dispatch – April 2nd Edition

Good morning my big sexy soldiers!

How are you all doing?

Things have been going well here. We are wrapping up spring break. We survived.

I have been listening to a lot of podcasts lately. They have challenged me. They have shared content talking about stepping outside my comfort zone. I am working on a positivity manifesto. This is going to be the Kahuna Awesomeness Positivity Manifesto.

This living document is going to be my road map to living an awesome life. Is my life awesome, to me yes. To you, maybe not. But guess what, I am pretty okay with that. A friend told me a story this past week, one of the key phrases was this, “You do you, Boo!”.

This my be the first element of the Kahuna Awesomeness Positivity Manifesto.

Be awesome!

Be big sexy!

You do you, Boo!

I love you all.

Have an awesome day!

Kahuna Positivity Manifesto – August 3rd, 2016

Good morning Big Sexy people!
Today is one of the happiest memories of my life. It’s MaM’s birthday. 
We learned early in our marriage that we may not be able to have our own children. Then we explored the possibility of adoption and connected with an agency on the south side. Michelle and I created a scrapbook for prospective birth parents. We were selected even after their mother found my social media account. Turns out when you’re in your 20’s it difficult to find pictures of yourselves not holding wine glasses.

It was amazing to be able to be there for MaM’s birth. We call her The Monkey because she was born with long, tiny fingers. The name fit because she can climb anything.

We love watching her grow up and be her own person. Growing up a red head is always an adventure. Trust me, I know, I used to be one. 

So on this day at 8:03am weighing in at 8 pounds and three ounces, MaM entered our lives ready to take on the world. 

Love and cherish your children. They’re our future.

Be awesome!

Be Big Sexy!
I love you all!
This post is part of my Kahuna Positivity Manifesto. Treat positivity like cross fit or training for a marathon, tell as many people as possible all the time.