You work hard to get things right. You are curious to how things work. You question things and don’t accept faulty logic, even if it goes against the grain of popular opinion. You have a big heart and consider others when making decisions. You look for solutions to conflict and you can admit fault so you can be better next time. You feel pride in your accomplishments and know there’s always more you can do. I’m seriously proud of the man you have become.
“I don’t know if I will have the time to write any more letters, because I might be too busy trying to participate. So, if this does end up being the last letter, I just want you to know that I was in a bad place before I started high school, and you helped me.
I know, it’s a bit silly because I don’t smoke, but I love the simplicity in design of zippo lighters. My dad gave me a zippo once and I recently found it. I didn’t want to lose it so I thought I would get another and zippo has a customization feature on their website.
My sister visited from Texas. It’s the first time she’s come up from to visit me in Oklahoma since I have come back in 2009. She finally brought my painting she made me years ago, 2006 I think? It was very popular in her studio so I know it was hard for her to part with. It’s a great painting.
Yesterday, I heard the orchestral piece Boléro by Ravel. While whistling it in my head later in the day, it evolved into Billy Joel’s Uptown Girl.
About 3:30am last night, I woke up and had to look online because I wanted to know if the Impressionist music period was the same time and influenced by the impressionist art period and tied together in anyway. Turns out, they were. Thanks Wikipedia.
Back in 2005, my father passed away. It was a difficult time for me, more complicated so as my father and I had not been that close towards the end. I was living in Manhattan at the time and had to catch a last min flight back to Oklahoma to make arrangements for the funeral other things.
Taking Nate to a see the OKC Thunder vs. LA Lakers game tonight. While taking my jacket off I asked the kid to hold my beer a second as he continued to text on like kids do. Looked so casual about it I thought it funny to get a pic of him looking like he’s enjoying his beer. 🙂
My sister had been wanting to get a tattoo for years. She decided that while I was visiting her for the weekend, we would get one together. Then it evolved into getting the same design. I was very hesitant but I told her a design I had been kicking around for years and she loved it.