The nice man gave me a fire red one just so I don’t forget each time I use it that I can blow up at any time.
Wasn’t that nice of him.
Actually Joe was very nice. He put my hose back on the tank for me even though he had to sign a waiver in the shop that if he exploded the company wasn’t to blame.
It’s not like the old days anymore when people just did things for other people with no thought of if they hurt their back, or blew up, etc. I do get it, but it’s a little sad that there are so many rules and regulations. We’ve kind of lost that human touch.
Joe hasn’t though :)
So I’m open for business again.
Which is great as I’ve had a little run of sales and have reached my $1,000 mark so I’ll be sending that off to Syria.
I’ve been struggling a little bit with if it’s worth it. If I’m being naive. But you know, I’m just not going to worry about it.
I’m on a mission and that’s that.
I want to share this video with you about the people who suffered the awful weather in Cornwall, U.K. in these past months.
To me this embodies the way I would choose to live.
If I wasn’t such a pessimist that is.