Maybe im too carefree , or I lack empathy towards my employers, but I am at the point in my life where as long as I am able to pay the bills and afford to do the things I love, I dont care a whole lot what the work is because I dont place much emphasis on work beyond being a means to an end. You should work in order to live, not live in order to work. Always put in a solid effort at whatever you do, but simply living and enjoying life and all its has to offer is far more important in the long run. I’d never trade all the experiences I’ve had, moving across the country and road-tripping just for a security bubble (even if I enjoyed the work.) Who knows, maybe ill have another job next week, maybe ill move to Hawaii next month ! ADVENTURE IS OUT THERE !
Before and after ! Free stuff is always great, but even more so when you put the work in to restore something you got for free. I found this high end tool box in the dumpster at work, pretty beat up with rust eating almost all the way through in places. Sanded it down, cut off the rusty panels and welded in new ones then acid washed it, primed and painted it with an industrial urethane gloss black finish. Now I have an organizer for gadgets, tools and other things :)
Oh man, season 5 of Adventure Time has seriously risen to new levels of wtf’rery while also tackling mature concepts way out of the realm of a show typical of its design. I cant help but feel that the creators secretly intended AT to bring out the kid in us all while still wrestling with abstract ideas such as morality, coming of age, emotions and even basic concepts such as right and wrong. It truly is a masterpiece, cleverly disguised in such a manner as to subtly evoke our inner child while still appealing to much more mature sensibilities. It’ll dawn on you slowly, but I can truly count my adventures with Finn and Jake among memories the likes I have not known since childhood.