The most dangerous risk of all–the risk of spending your life not doing what you want on the bet you can buy yourself the freedom to do it later
The noises of SJDS are everywhere! If it’s not the chorus of dogs barking as you’re trying to fall asleep it is the mobile advertising trucks that shout sales pitches and slogans over distorted speakers from 1986. Even with all of this nonsense, I cannot help but smile at the dramatic changes in my environment now compared to that of growing up in Colorado. Drive-Thru fast food has been replaced with fresh produce & seafood, repetitive weekends has been replaced with new faces, clean laundry, hot showers, and consistent power has taught me to appreciate things more, and to live on a little less, while childish immature insults have not been replaced, because where would the fun in removing this be? I will also have to admit that I am loving the average age that people assume I am, which is 24, and so, I am willing to embrace this often overlooked guesstimate and just learn to live life with a bounce in my step that can only be described as youthful living.