It is not enough to fight for the land; it is even more important to enjoy it.
And with that Ed Abbey quote as a motto, Greenfriar launched this week. Come on by and read some good stuff about hiking, endangered species, mountain cabins, desert hermits, backyard chickens, urban forests and other stuff that makes life worth living.
I’m going to be 32 next week. I don’t know what day of the week because I haven’t bothered looking at a calendar. Could be on a Wednesday? I’m not sure. I look forward to the surprise. I can’t remember what I did for my 31ist birthday. My ex would remember. She remembered everything for me. I do know it was on a Monday. I know that I went to work. I know that the Saturday before my birthday, we went to the beach. Sand got everywhere. The blanket we laid down that day now sits in a different apartment. Collects a different sort of detritus than where it used to sit, tucked away in a garage I would seek solace in, to be in the company of my own short-comings. I don’t do that anymore.
Look man, I’m just a maker using social ideation for my disruptive innovation. There’s a real proactive organic growth taking place that goes beyond CPL and, as a curator of constant value propositions and viral advertainment, I’d like to see you on board.
I wrote this thing about a first kiss and it got published in a book about stuff like that. I’ve only shared it with a handful of people because I get embarrassed easily but in the spirit of Valentine’s Day, here it is.