I got in my car this morning with the intention to drive it another 40 miles around town, to reach the magic goal of pushing 100 miles worth of gas through my injectors to prove or remove a fuel clog. Continue reading Good-Bye Little Buddy
My month of career assessment in October was fruitful.
When I started out on this road adventure, lo six years ago, I supported my farming travels in part with work as a freelance web designer. When I lost my test machine I was happy for the extra space made by its leaving. In that time, I enjoyed a small stream of steady clients and as they dwindled away I replaced online work with odd jobs. Continue reading Function Sometimes Follows Form
Wow. Just Tuesday morning I handed the keys for Bessie over to her new owner.
I’d moved my things out last week, taking time to clean the van up and say good-bye. The closer I got to the sale date, the sadder I felt about my decision. Continue reading Home. Sold.
Just about two years ago, I was in a very different place but was faced with the same point of consideration at which I find myself once again. Only at that time I was just a little too stubborn and a bit too fragile to completely embrace the realization. Now, with the loving counsel of good friends I am able to navigate these hard decisions. Continue reading Tough Decisions All Around