Sometimes when you see or hear something, you think of something completely different. I’ll give you an example: I saw wood blocks and immediately thought literal wood blocks. Like the kind of blocks that kids play with. The last thing that came to my mind were drum parts. Who in the world would make that association? Okay, maybe if you’re familiar with drums you would, but for the normal non-drum player, wood blocks mean something totally different. The more you know.
So in my everyday random searching, I saw a martin little guitar at guitar center. And I cried.
Okay, I didn’t cry, but it just keeps reminding me of my yearning to learn to play guitar. It’s definitely on top of my bucket list, but sometimes I wonder if I would be able to do it before I die. I mean, there is that off chance you die in your sleep. Let’s hope I get to do it before that happens, right?
I had a couple of really nice wigs when I moved to Cali a few years ago. They were my fallback should my hair decide to act up. Since we’ve moved to Michigan, the wigs have magically disappeared. I thought they were packed in one of our boxes, but I can’t seem to find them anywhere. Which sucks terribly because these things weren’t cheap, and my hair has taken a form of its own, making it absolutely impossible to comb through most days.
Wigs are very useful for those days where you have an interview and can’t get your hair done in time. Just saying.
A few months ago, I moved to another state, and with it, I lost this thing called health insurance. I’m lucky in that no one got seriously ill, but there were shots that needed to be gotten, which was a worry of mine. However, I now have insurance and it’s no longer a worry per se. The only worry now is finding a doctor that’s close enough AND takes it.
I should have did some research on it. There are many sites online that gives info on insurance, like if you did a search on health insurance in burlington nc, you would get a lot of results. Instead of getting to your destination and wondering ‘what now”?
Well, you learn something new.