ssɐlƃ ƃuᴉʞool ǝɥʇ ɥƃnoɹɥ┴
Join Date: Oct 2012
Location: Florida, Oosa
It has never really been that difficult for me, to make the larger decisions, like when I moved to Florida, I barely had any money to my name I mean, less than $200 so I completely expected I would be homeless. I didn't even have a car, I took a greyhound bus. At the time, I did not care, and if the worst-case scenario were to occur and I was absolutely miserable and couldn't find a job I could just move back to Maine and live with my parents. When I got married, I was 27 and it was not that difficult of a choice either, the worst-case scenario would be that we ended up divorced and I would be single again. When we purchased the house, that was just an easy decision, rent for a house this size is almost three times as much as our mortgage/tax/insurance per month, and the house appreciates in value so we aren't really losing money.
Choices aren't difficult, because when I look at what I have to lose, I imagine there is a workaround.
At this point in my life, "my" what's next is in about 20 years, and I imagine I will be traveling around the country, staying in hotels, because that is my wife's dream. We will probably go on cruises as well, then we will grow old our bodies will start to fall apart, and hell we become cyborgs! ;p Until such a time comes, I am mostly enjoying life as it is right now, there are no major decisions to make on the horizon, outside of what is for dinner (soup, I'm making soup if anyone is curious)
Live and let live
"Whoever fights monsters should
see to it that in the process he does not become a
monster. And if you gaze long enough into an abyss,
the abyss will gaze back into you."