White kids in school were always crazy I’m sorry I’m just being real like they were ridiculous and had anger issues
LMFAO SO TRUE I’m screaming
I’m cracking up
When I was in college for like two seconds I was really into the occult and ~alternative energies~ (I was listening to a lot of Siouxsie and the Banshees lmao) and this was when I was really into crystal healing but I was a skeptic myself but I wanted to believe etc. so anyway a friend of mine had surgery on her knee about a year or two ago at the time but the surgical site was always bothering her and giving her trouble so I asked her to let me use one of my pendulums to unblock any clogged energy flows in her knee and long story short we saw each other last weekend and she mentioned that her knee hasn’t given her any problems since.
I think if you want to do something you should do it, no matter how difficult or unrealistic it might seem. I’ve grown up with this idea that I’m a lazy quitter but that isn’t true. I think the problem is that I can’t pretend to be interested in things I’m not because everything I’ve quit was begun out of necessity. Everything else I’ve wanted to do, I did. What’s the point in buying an RV if I’m always gonna think, “aw shoot, can you imagine if I had actually built something instead?” I don’t want that kind of doubt in my life.
As much as I would love to live in an RV, I feel like I would be much happier in one of those tiny houses people build on standard flatbed trailers. I think an RV would be kind of a quick way out and a sure thing whereas building a tiny house would take a while and might not ever be done for whatever reason. But I’ve been looking into this for about five months or so and it can definitely be done. I have to make a decision because the cheapest RVs I can find are about the same price as a flatbed trailer and based on my current financial situation I know for a fact that I won’t be able to build anything with the money that’s left over if I choose to build something. There’s also a lot of architecture and design involved with literally building a house, both of which I have no experience in, and pre-drafted plans can be purchased for thousands of dollars but I’m not looking to spend that much nor do I even have that much. I’m looking into this kind of lifestyle to be happy and get healthy but I don’t want to take the easy way out. I don’t want to force or rush anything. I do think what’s meant to be will be and I don’t feel like I’m headed in the wrong direction so I just have to stay faithful, weigh my options, and continue planning.
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