Hey everyone, Adam here.
I though I would talk about leisure activities this week and then Sierra could give us an insight of what her idea of leisure activities are. My Number one leisure activity is watching tv and napping on the couch. I try to get our dog Faye to cuddle with me and she usually will for a little while, but she really is Sierras pride and joy so she doesn’t last long on the couch with me. Now I know I said leisure activity, but that’s just it, I think napping is as leisure as I get. Next on my list would be to go jump off of a bridge while attempting some sort of death defying stunt into water. As leisure to me is also any non work related activity that puts a smile on your face. I also like going for a ride on my motorcycle, Sierra by the way has made it very clear that she will never get on a motorcycle with me or anyone else. Lastly, I like to snowboard, which I’m finding at my age I do for a couple of hours instead of whole day. Getting old sucks. The older you get, the more leisure time you get and the less your body can keep up.
Hey all, Sierra here.
Leisure time is a tough one for me as I am very lucky to do what I absolutely love for work and my idea of a great time is being in my studio, working away until the wee hours of morning. When I do manage to drag myself away, my two favorite leisure activities are reading and walking Faye. This fortunately works out pretty well with Adam’s top two favorites. While Adam is napping/tv viewing, I’ll curl up with him on the couch and read. As the temps in Austin reach over 90 most of the year, we often will go on long walks with Faye with a final destination where Adam can jump of a bridge or cliff into water. Austin is great for this combo activity as there are tons of beautiful places you can hike to where we can swim and Adam can jump and flip till his hearts content. Truthfully any other free time I have is usually spent working on the two non profit boards I serve on and hanging out with girlfriends (where we talk about work 90% of the time as most of my friends are also self employed). Ahhh, I have so found “my people” here in Austin, it’s awesome! Anyway…I love Adams end thoughts…he makes it seem like he’s 70 years old with all the free time, napping and aches…oh boy, he’s going to be fun in 30 years!