"Naw", she replied abruptly, "Everyday's an adventure, if you treat it like one"
We know about adventures...all over the world: on climbing trips, in the mountains, over ocean waves, and in every type of weather. Multi-day, long-day, half-day....in canoes, on skis, with ice axes, in climbing shoes, on surf boards, in hiking boots...you get the picture.
We know about adventures. But her point was...
we don't need "an experience," like rock-climbing, to find what rock-climbing offers.
What we need is this:
to see today as a test (a test of our character).
to see today as a lesson (a lesson in stewardship).
to see today as a gift (a gift that God gives us with love).
Adventure, is close at hand...if you're willing to see today as one.
Adventure, after all, is a state of mind.