Boom, Baby!

Welcome to my colorful and chaotic cyber-garden, the little corner of the big world wide web I’m cultivating, waxing philosophical about silly humanoid idiosyncrasies, observing the generally and often willfully un-observed (mostly in myself) and fussing around with the metaphorical fountain pen.

Yeah, you’re in for lots of run on sentences, the sense of humor of fifteen-year old boy, and a shitton of swearing – which is only slightly less than a fuckton. But since I want y’all to stick with me here? I’m trying to tone the ol’ tongue down some. (Teeheehee.)

After downsizing my life to a few boxes, I’m off on a fun and slightly irresponsible, who-knows-where-we’re-going road trip with my cat Trixie, looking for adventure and experiences as we roll on down the highway. We don’t know exactly where we’ll land or for how long, and after more than a half century of doing the responsible thing, that lack of commitment is just what I’m looking for.

I’m not sure where life will take us geographically, but I gots me a good feeling about where Ima end up in my heart. Yeah, yeah, it’s cheesy. But, following through on a lifelong dream of just doing it already – working to live out those dreams of “throwing off the bowlines & sailing away from the safe harbour” feels good. Pretty fucking good, as point of fact.

Hope you’ll follow along as I go, delving into the unfamiliar and unexplored – just L-I-V-I-N, livin’, man. My personal blog is where I (sometimes shamelessly) share my thoughts about life and whatever else pops into this less-than-predictable and often unorthodox oversharing brain of mine. And as our adventures continue, you can keep up with me & Trix on our Trippin’ page – I will do my very best to keep it updated. If anything at all, I bet you’ll be thankful for your stability!

“Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do, than by the ones you did do. So, throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails.” – Mark Twain