Hey peeps. Sorry it’s been a while since I wrote but I’ve been kind of busy. Finally got a job I’m happy to say. Not in my chosen field but maybe that’s not a bad thing. I think maybe I was burned out a bit. Easy to happen when you spend your days on end trying to come up with a new way to sell laundry detergent. (Not literally mind you, but a product is a product… ya’ feel me?) Day in, day out trying to convince someone to spend their hard-earned money on something they may not need or even want…it’s a questionable way to make a living I think. But I digress… The job is with an unnamed world wide company doing mostly menial labor but maybe that will help me get rid of my winter weight gain. So far it’s been kicking my butt physically and being the night shift, it’s taken me a minute to get used to it, but all in all, I’m grateful to have a job. So…just wanted to check in with anyone who might be reading my random thoughts…hello? hello? Anybody?… (all I hear is crickets…). OK, here’s a quick little silly painting to hopefully amuse you a bit and I’ll sign off for now. Be well my friends.
Good thing climate change/global warming is a hoax, or I might be worried. I’ve lived my entire life in Middle Tennessee and I’ve never seen weather like we’ve had the last few years. And this year seems worse than most to me but my memory is not what it used to be so maybe it’s been this bad before, I don’t know. What I do know is it is WAY out of the ordinary to have the threat of tornadoes and the sky to be dumping buckets of hail onto the ground in late February/early March. It’s crazy man, and I have to say anyone who completely denies climate change is crazy too. I know there are extremists on both sides of the argument but I’m talking about the complete deniers. In a word they’re IDIOTS in my not so humble opinion. So…I will now step down off my soapbox and shut my trap about it…but hey, it’s my blog, I can rant a little if I want to, right? Btw, it’s sunny and 70 degrees today; the day after the tornadoes came through…in MARCH.