Sometimes we hate going after our dreams. They seem to hard or too far away to accomplish. All to often we expect a second go or another shot at the chances we didn’t take the first time around. “Next time,” we say.
Life doesn’t work out perfectly, and it never will. It could work better, sure, but don’t bank on happiness as a prize so far down the road that you forget the joy of right now. This is your “one wild and precious life,” and it’s up to you to decide what to do with it. Nothing should be out of reach. The shoulders of greatness are yours for the standing on.
I’m on a blind date. What is a blind date anyway? Like is the girl blind?
Dave Lingwood after way too many energy drinks.
Jonnie: So the lady was like, “but this yam is $1.25, not a dollar.” And I was like, “okay, bitch.”
Ben: So the guy said, “yeah, we’ll sell you the RV for 60,000!” And we were like, “okayyyy, bitch.”
Jonnie: So my mom sat us down and was like, “you guys need to get a job.” And I was like,
Jonnie and Ben in unison: Okay, bitch.
Jonnie: Just kidding! I would never say that to my mom. Maybe…
I would say the most valuable lesson that I learned was to go out and do the most difficult thing you can because sooner or later you’re going to accomplish whatever you’re trying to do, so make sure it’s difficult and even, maybe even a step above difficult like audacious. That’s kind of become my way of looking at life now is anything I want to do, I want to make sure it’s as hard as possible because eventually it will come true.