Krist Wood

Summer is ending, I feel it in the wind.

Today marks my first real day off that I didn’t have to schedule in almost one year. After playing a game of consistent roulette between a social life that wasn’t properly maintained, one job forty-five minutes away, and another job twenty minutes away, I said good bye to one job, graduated to a proper full time position and now have some time to slow down. I’m not banking on this lull to last for long though, because soon the holiday season will be in full swing - and I’ll be up to my eyes in fall leaves, eager consumers, new music, travels, and hot chocolate. I’m frankly one individual that was born to keep busy, and so I’m going to embrace this rare down time as tightly as I could.

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whenever somebody says like “so what did you do today?” just look off into the distance and say “the right thing”

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Weaving checker (II)

The only limit is ourselves.