look what i can do
any one can do anything.
i went to the Grand Canyon, NYC, New Zealand, i swam in the two largest oceans, i canoed down a river for over a week, took a car, plane, train, bus, bike and hiked all over. i’ve jumped out of a plane, off the grand canyon, off a few roofs, in to pools on to rocks and grass. i’ve climbed trees and seen tons of animals.
i’ve not kept the same job for more than a year. i quit going to half of my HS classes and tho i’ve gone to college i’ve yet to get an AA, due to failing basic math. funny thing is that i have built theater sets for singers, players and dancers alike across this nation, yet a simple school claims i can’t do the math.
computers were my first key to the learning, the internet opened the world that my grandparents told me was out there (something they found by traveling). i grew up going on camping trips and packing lunches for all day bike trips. when i wanted something i made it. somewhere between dreams and theater i learned to explore my mind. i read on-line about religions and philosophy then i went to church, synagogue, temple, found a coven and so i learned first hand the difference between words and … everything else.
what was the west like?
who are the people in New Zealand?
what is it like in Ireland?
how hard is it to climb the German alps?
how big is the Grand Canyon?
water falls, landscapes, people, food, houses, sunsets, beaches and mountains, who, what, how, WHY?
so i went, and will keep going till i understand everything.