I was watching one of my favorite movies last night "The Family that Preys" and that question was made towards the end. For some reason last night, it really stuck out in my head. Everyday we tend to get caught up in routines and schedules that most of us are not even aware of. Get up, shut the alarm off, drop the kids off at school/camp, go to work....get off work, pick up the kids, cook dinner, go to bed. I mean I'm sure there are things done in between that, but this seems to be the basic consensus of when asked, "what's your day like on a daily basis", myself included. I feel like I've wasted so many years being afraid to put my feet in the water instead of jumping right in and experiencing life. Always planning and researching, I tend to talk myself out of things before I even do them because of fear by asking who, what, when, why and how, too many times. I'm tired of that now, tired of watching others do exactly what I want to do, Live, Laugh and Just Be Happy. A while back I decided I don't want to simply exist, I want to live life to the fullest. I want to experience all that life has to offer, the good and the bad. I want to accomplish all my goals and cross off the many items I have on my bucket list. One day at a time, I'm doing just that; what I want and living by my own rules, doing what makes me happy. Maybe I'm selfish but so what, I'm finally happy and finally living.