It’s not luck at all, but call me lucky.
Lucky because I can put some of my uniqueness into the graphics I create for work.
Lucky because it’s a quiet atmosphere.
Lucky because I am alone for hours, with space to create and generate ideas.
Lucky because I got this far in life and I didn’t even have to get a college degree or drown in massive amounts of debt.
Lucky because I have the ability to keep on learning.
Lucky because I get to experience life in a human body.
I can stare at this all day. Kinda like a lava lamp, but not really.
Our thoughts / opinions about how we live life tend to change quickly, and a lot more often these days it seems.
For example, last year I swore I wanted to buy a house. I really wanted to do it, I was reading up on a bunch of stuff related to buying a house – the homebuying process, mortgages, costs, etc. I even had some money saved along with some other monies that came my way so somehow, it felt like I was in the perfect position to become an actual homeowner. My mom always used to insist that being a homeowner was the best thing you could do for yourself. Especially since my credit is excellent.