Miles and Miles

Nikki and I celebrated early this morning with the live look of our newest nephew, Miles Dylan. Can't wait to hold the little guy in two weeks. His mom, Ericka, is doing well! Such an exciting time for the entire family.

► Our road trip through the north island of New Zealand has been full of beautiful views and exotic nature. We are now in Wellington, the capital city, where our host (Peter) is exceptionally kind and thoughtful. He is having a cookout this evening, so we get a chance to meet a few of the locals. 

► Last night he introduced us to a hilarious comedy that was filmed close to the home. What We Do In The Shadows is a hysterical movie where 'vampires who are finding that modern life has them struggling with the mundane - like paying rent, keeping up with the chore wheel, trying to get into nightclubs, and overcoming flatmate conflicts.' The director has a home in the area and is often spotted at the local tavern less than a block away. If you like The Office, I highly recommend it.

► A friend who recently spent a few months in Southeast Asia traveling sent me this article on the ways seeing the world can be beneficial to your career. It spoke to me clearly as we make our transition back to our careers in the US. 

► With a week left in the Kickstarter campaign for the photo book of police officers around the world, I would appreciate any consideration.

► In this week's podcast episode we talk about our time in Fiji.

The Fiji Islands are high on everyone’s bucket list for good reasons. With unforgettable snorkeling, world-class hospitality, and gorgeous beaches, you will have the time of your life no matter accommodations you plan. In this episode, we will give travel tips on what we experienced with our friends and how it might help you in your adventure to the islands. 

Not only did we take advantage of having shark at our feet, swim in the best snorkel areas of our lives, and lay near the most beautiful water you can imagine, we also met local families, explored a waterfall, and watched a local rugby match. With my birthday celebration came a kava ceremony, dancers to traditional Fijian music, and a beach bonfire. We had a blast spending 10 days in Fiji and living it up. Please listen in as we share a few tips you might consider before having the trip of our life. 


Happy Easter weekend. Hope everyone has time to relax and enjoy.


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