This post has stuff about a previous relationship. My perspective has changed
I just finished a bag of salt and vinegar chips. They were a little stale but if I died right now, I would die a happy man. I suppose that if I kicked the bucket I’d want my family to remember me as a hard-working and self-sacrificial man.
I made it my goal to work diligently this week. I frequently experience difficulty staying focused, but by the power of the great hyperluminous quasar APM 08279+5255 (which was first discovered in 1998) I was able to stay on track. Actually I just used David Seah’s, Emergent Task Timer.
For nearly a year I’ve done everything possible to make a difference in my marriage. Over the past week I’ve ratcheted that up a notch. I’ve been spending more time with the kids; I’ve tried to be more helpful around the house. I’ve also been making difficult personal decisions like the decision to go to bed at 9 PM each night which is completely contrary to my natural sleep schedule.
Speaking of ratcheting, I would also like my family to remember me as a man—a man’s man, like a redneck, beer-drinking, handy man. I built a planter box for Mary. I’ve been working on converting my motorcycle into a bobber/chopper. I mowed the lawn. I even shaved! How much manlier does it get!
After a long life I hope my friends will have better things to say about me than this but for now, for this week, this will have to suffice as my eulogy.