We all write on each other’s minds like journals, only, some of us use ink rather than pencils.
I dislike 5 am.
You’ll witness people changing behavior and acting differently depending on the social situation they’re in, but you know what I find fascinating and mysterious?
The fact that you will never observe someone completely alone, and be able to witness the person they truly are, to themselves.
Soo uhh, found this worm getting crunk on the concrete wall…
I fucking swear it was 2 am just a little while ago…
Anonymous asked: Maybe a (temporary) change of scenery would be good for you
I think it might be. But I feel like I’m in my comfort zone right now and I feel like leaving it would be really uncomfortable. The idea makes my head spin. But it’s probably the right thing to do..
Interesting developments today. My cousin and I went for coffee with my uncle today, and he told us about an opportunity for work in Saskatchewan. Basically building a town for people who would be working at a pot ash mine nearby. The mine would be open for about 10 years, and the building project would take about 18 months. My uncle told me that he has connections to get my cousin and I some work out there. I haven’t been able to stop thinking about it since I heard it. There’s an opportunity to make huge amounts of money, but I’d have to leave everything here behind. I’m not attached to my physical possessions, but I think it’d be difficult to leave the few people I care about behind. I don’t know what I want to do to be completely honest. I’m tired of just scraping by, but I’m also scared to leave…
The perks of being Canadian
Anonymous asked: i hope you're doing well
Thank you. And I hope you’re doing well too, wherever you are.
On the bus ride home today, my co-worker (who is just about 40) and I met a guy who was almost 50 (looked a lot younger than that though) and we just chit chatted with this stranger for the whole hour we were on the bus together. This stranger and my co-worker were talking about things they’ve done in the past as kids that they both did, talked about awesome shows that they went to in their 20s, just shit like that. Normally, I very much dislike talking to strangers, but for some reason being able to converse with someone out of nowhere for an hour just made me feel really good.
On top of that though, I wasn’t in the best mood at work and I was being super quiet and my boss actually picked up on that and was being really nice to me today. That also felt kinda good.
Me: Disgruntled after spending 8 hours in the rain, even having my underwear get wet, with about 12 hours of sleep in the past three days.
Day of shelf building with beer supplied by the boss man? Hell yes!