Just finished watching the Superbowl. First off, congrats to the Saints for taking home their first ever world championship.
While the game was fantastic, the best scene I saw tonight (and arguably ever in professional sports) was when the cameras cut away to Drew Brees holding his son with tears in his eyes.
Not that I'll ever be in Brees shoes, but I know exactly how he feels.
Accomplishing anything in life isn't worth a dime unless you can share it with your family. All the work you put in doing what you love to do is all for them. When times are tough, they are there to support you and get you through it. When things are great, they are there to pat you on the back and give you a congratulations hug.
No matter what your successes are, sharing them with the ones you care about the most makes them even more special and really, truly worth holding on to for the rest of your life.