Throw back to over a year ago. It's funny reading over the comments and how people think that a "viral" video means success. It's not. Success only comes with hard/smart work, dedication, sacrifice, seeing yourself as you are, rather than how someone else sees or perceives you. It's a funny little world we live in. The only payout that has been nice about this moment in time with my daughter has been the notes from people around the world. How they watch this when they are feeling down and it helps brighten their day, or that it reminds them of their dad. This video has been something I've had to "let go". It has helped me realize that not all moments in life need to be public or shared. I was faced with certain choices after this video for sure. A decision I made was to "let it go". People have been perplexed why I haven't "capitalized" on it. It was more nerve-racking for me with something I didn't want to bring more onto my child being thrust onto a world stage when she has no idea what it's about. I don't even know what it's about. That's a choice I didn't want to make for her just so dad can "capitalize" on something. I am happy that so many have enjoyed the moment.