thankful that i am able to wake up, have some kratom and coffee, smoke some wood while feeding bobo and budah, a lot of other "stuff" but really thankful that the fucking heat is passing and temps are great for fiddlin' 'round outdoors or sitting on porch getting high.
Thankful to have ya'll even if I do not in fact have you. Wouldn't know what to do at a BL convention other than bring an ass of harm reduction *materials and be me.
Oh yeah... thankful for these bomb-ass pancakes bout to make with home-made syrup and honey. hellsyeah MFs!
I moved from Seattle, WA to Asheville, North Carolina. In that process I sold all my shit, literally everything I owned.
Then, I bought a 1989 Dodge Ram camper van for $1100 and rocked it. It was a diamond in the ruff beauty. Best fucking vehicle I have ever owned. It paid for itself. It had a bed, I could stand up in it (Im 6'2), and park that mother fucker in a regular parking spot. It actually had a sink, stove, and fridge but I ripped that shit out to enlarge my living room
Hell, my rent in Seattle was $1300 a fucking month alone. Plus living.
Long story short...
I cut my cost of living to nearly nothing at one point. I had solar panels for electricity, fresh water spring for running water, composting toilet, chickens....blah blah lol
the ability to work. So often I get in the mindset that I have to work. It's not until I lost some of my ability to work that I started to see my body and mind are gifts, and my ability is the reward from the discipline of both. So in essence, my ability to work is a gift and it's only through work that I am able to not only maintain but progress these gifts.