the notebook problem: you see a notebook. you want to buy the notebook. but you know you have like TEN OTHER NOTEBOOKS. most which are STILL EMPTY. you don’t need to notebook. you’re probably not gonna use the notebook anyway. what’s the point? DONT BUY THE NOTEBOOK. you buy the notebook.
Me. Every single time.
I’m about to head out to go camping and I think I’m finally appreciating all the things that a small town and a small life can offer. Since moving home from Seattle (I live in a tiny town about an hour away), I’ve been missing the ease of going to spontaneous shows, walking to get ice cream and pet people’s dogs, seeing movies and seeing friends from college everywhere I go. Where I am now, there’s almost nothing to do if you look at it from a big-city perspective, and that was a depressing change for me. Now, after a month at home of figuring out where I’m at in life, I’m appreciating our dumb but wonderful little carnivals and fairs, demolition derbies and races, gorgeous camping and hiking opportunities, and the value of time spent with friends and family in everyday life. Reading and writing, learning to care for a garden, improving my health through good food and exercise, and spending time with my dog and cats are reminding me that you can make a good life anywhere, as long as you’re willing to find the best in things and learn to love what you have instead of wanting more. Today I love what I have and accept that while the grass always seems greener on the other side, it rarely is. My grass feels green enough today.
JESUS ROLLERBLADING CHRIST PEOPLE IN MY STATE ARE FUCKING STUPID
IS THIS REAL LIKE FUCK THE FIRE IS BAD ENOUGH ALREADY IT’S BURNING DOWN TOWNS I LOVE AS WE SPEAK WE DON’T NEED JET FUEL
I overreacted, this is an old post from King 5. The current fires in Washington are not due to jet fuel but apparently that actually happened last year *facepalm*