Personally, I believe adulthood is overrated. Being respectful of people, doing the right thing, eating healthy, having money, who needs it! However, no matter how I feel about it, it is inevitable. It's coming no matter what and all you can do is suck it up and act like an adult. Unfortunately, at 26 years old, I still don't think I've got it and here's a few reasons why.
I drew this picture today. Kinda tells a little about how I feel sometimes. Free and happy when its daytime but at night a bit like a lone wolf telling his troubles to the moon…
Okay, so i’m writing this post from the bus terminal. I just thought that since I haven’t posted in a while and had some free time I might as well put it to some good use. But back to the topic at hand. My day started with waking up early. (well in my case early even with daylight saving time. I’m Still tried.) Then a half hour of trying to find matching socks. (Seriously, a hard thing to do in a family of my size. I have a amazing theory on what happens to them after you toss them in the drier, I’ll tell you all about it sometime.) Anyway, after Finally getting dropped of at the “Office”. (which was the main event of my day.) I quickly finished my work and proceeded to try to find a ride home. However luck was not with me. Both of the family cars were in use. I would be forced to walk the five miles home or I could wait for the city bus to come along.
Okay, so I found the right bus. It seems although I’ll be making two stops. One at the terminal and one at which I’ll need to walk a block to crossover to the next bus which will take me home. Easy right, I took maps. No sweat, I got this.
Ummm, a little draw back happened. Turns out I grabbed the wrong bus… It’s still cool though, cause the driver said he’d drop me of at the corner and i can get on one which crosses the path of the one I need.
ALRIGHT, I’m on the right bus! I understand why they call it “catching the bus” better now, it drove right past me and I had to chase it a block!
I guesses it’s my fault… I didn’t tell the driver of the crossover bus where I wanted to go. The bus i was just on Was the RIGHT one. But on it’s return trip… It had already past my drop off point.
So here I am, back at the terminal. I’ve definitively feel like I learned a important life lesson today. In a little bit my feet will do their job and I’ll be on my way. Five miles? I rested all day.
I was flipping past a reality show on TV and there was this group of dirty folks in rags stranded on some desert island. They had no food, no showers, and nothing to do except brutally fight each other to avoid getting booted off the show. In the span of a few minutes, I saw them struggle and fail to make a fire, watch their makeshift shelter collapse, and realize that for the next three days they had to survive on a coconut.
Have you been enjoying the view?
Last night’s clear skies offered a splendid view of Jupiter and Venus right next to one another in the night sky, and tonight they’ll make their closest approach to one another, about three degrees apart. (That’s roughly the width of two fingers held at arm’s length.)
Such conjunctions in the sky are relatively rare. According to space.com, Jupiter and Venus have a conjunction in the sky about this close every 24 years.
It happened last in March, 1988, when Venus passed within 2.2 degrees of Jupiter, and will happen again in 2036 when the planets will appear to pass within 4 degrees of one another.
So take get of the computer and dust off the telescope; this close encounter of the celestial kind is worth watching.
– Murphy (The stargazer)