Here’s that new Hasbro commercial that me and my roommate Eric got cast in.I watched Adventure Time today, it was called "James Baxter the Horse" and it was all about how this horse who goes around neighing his name and rolling around on a ball and making people happy. I thought it was a good episode, really good. So, what makes you happy when you're sad?
It’s hard for me to pull myself out of swampy mood. I wish I had more control over that. Here’s a few things I think could work (and I will try to remember this and use it, thanks)
-eat a big cookie
-bike ride with good playlist
-when someone gives me a sandwich and I wasn’t expecting it.
-calling a good friend and shooting the shit for 15 minutes.
-a big friendly dog
-eating lasagna or meatloaf
-seeing a funny squirrel
-hot dog butler?
I don’t offhand know what any state flag looks like. I think Delaware’s state flag might be two men in tri-corner hats standing holding things. And the background is baby blue??
The Texas flag probably has a star!?
I graduated highschool with a 3.9 GPA,but failed EVERY SINGLE CLASS this freshman semester. And I'll always remember,as I cried depressed on my bed,looking at your drawings, and saying "fuck it"
College isn’t for everyone. I probably wouldn’t have succeeded in college without an adderall prescription. But I did have an adderall prescription and I didn’t mind pulling all-nighters. I have not retained an ounce of knowledge about anything at all and I can’t tell you what a Krebbs cycle is/does. Now I’m out of college and my current career has absolutely nothing to do with my degree. If college isn’t for you the world isn’t over. Seek out those things you love to do and put a LOT of work into them. Sooner not later.
You’re going to be OK! We’re all going to be OK!!
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A little lesbian porn at the public library before Talmud study never hurt anybody
I think my dad and I have a good relationship. But I’m 26 now, technically I’ve been an adult for a while, and I’d like to know him better as a person instead of just as a father. I don’t see my family nearly as often as I used to since I moved from Delaware to New York. Unfortunately, I predict that distancing from my family will only become greater with time.
I’m going home this weekend and I want to ask my dad about his personal life, history, childhood, his life before mom, what makes their marriage work, what he still wants to do in life, and a dozen other questions. I want stories. I want to create a record of these stories to share with my kids some day. I never got to truly know my grandparents as real people and I wish I hadn’t let that opportunity slip. I’d like to interview my other family members too, but this weekend I know I’m getting some alone time with the pops. This will probably be an ongoing project. I’m putting together a list of questions to interview him.
If you have any good questions, or things you would like ask your dad, please reply and let me know!