I See. I See It All.

I see the long hours. I see the leaving before 6:00 am and not returning home till after 10:00 pm. I see the 7 day work weeks. I see.

I see the exhaustion. I see all the weight on your shoulders from being pulled in every direction possible. I see you dealing with paperwork, preparing for practice, actually practicing, breaking down film, keeping the fields maintained, teaching the boys plays, and even doing the team’s laundry. I see your fatigue. I see.

I see your stress. I see your stress over the players making the right choices every day in and out of school. I see your stress over the boys keeping their grades up. I see your stress of managing and delegating to your coaches. I see your stress of trying to squeeze in family time with me and the kids. I see.

I see your passion. I see how passionate you are about your job and how you are ALL IN all the time. I see how passionate you are about not only winning these games for these boys, but winning over their hearts and minds. I see how passionate you are about building relationships. I see you picking up kids to bring them to summer school and taking kids home after practice. I see you going to every coaching clinic you can. I see.

I see your guilt. I see your guilt of feeling like you can’t do it all. I see your guilt of not eating supper with us. I see your guilt of missing our kid’s practices or games. I see your guilt of feeling like you let someone down because you have so much on your plate. I see.

I see you sacrificing. I see you giving up your weekends and nights. I see you going without lunch or dinner. I see you missing our annual family beach trips. I see you not sleeping. I see.

I see your rewards. I see these boys who love, honor, respect, and trust you with everything. I see these boys who still call and come around years after they graduate. I see the boys who call late at night because they don’t think they can make it in college football. I see you encouraging them and telling them just what they need to hear to help them feel refreshed and ready to try again. I see these boys who look up to you in more ways than just football. I see you never letting them down. I see.

When I see you I see the one I love with every ounce of my being. I see the one I was made for and the one I need. This life is hard and not all people are made to live this life. It is tough, but I am so thankful God chose me to live this life by your side. I love this Coach Wife Life!

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Author: Kim Bachman

I am full time working mom married to the love of my life who happens to be an ah-maze-ing football coach!💜💛🏈💛💜We have 2 beautiful children and we are currently ttc #3. I love to blog as an encouragement to others. It is also a therapeutic outlet for myself! 😊

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