Feeling super nostalgic after watching this talk.
I found myself skimming through my Vimeo queue at chicken o’clock in the morning, and started watching a CreativeMornings talk by Mr. McFeely with my daughter (well, I was watching it, she may have been pooping at the time). At any rate, I started making connections between what I watched as a kid and my current philosophies on Life.
I’d expound on just what those philosophies are, but that’s not the point of this post. I thought I’d grown up and formed a deep, profound outlook on Life that was forged by sleepless nights and life-changing experiences during my many years on this planet. Turns out I believe I the same things I did back when unicorns and Santa were still real.
I feel like I’ve wasted a few decades of my life. I should have never stopped being a kid… I mean, what’s the point of being a “grown up?” We do boring things and waste an inordinate amount of time doing the opposite of what we want.
I think I’ll dust off my old to do list from when I was eight. First up on the list, “change the world.”
Should be easy enough.
I need a CreativeMornings within driving distance. Seriously— someone in Austin or Houston needs to work on this.
All it took was a recipe so easy even I couldn’t mess it up. Add butter at the end and sprinkle a little cinnamon and sugar and BAM— awesome pretzel-y goodness.
Now that I’m over my fear of yeast (long story) no recipe is off limits! Mwahaha! Mwahahahaha…
Sorry. Too much sugar.