My portuguese friend has challenged me to list 9 personal statements, being 3 of them false and the other 6 true.

Well, I don’t have enough friends who read this, but I’ll do it anyway:

1. I love country music

2. I’m not afraid of heights

3. I used to smoke pot [and inhale] when I was in college

4. I love children

5. I prefer introspective movies

6. I’m very good cooking

7. I don’t know anybody who plays Minesweeper better than me

8. I’m allergic to cats

9. I have a driver’s license


” …feel your mind sailing away again…”

“…stay awake…I’m sure you’re feeling tired…but you haven’t done that little song you sing to yourself…”

“…and you’re really not sure if tomorrow is gonna work alright…”

“… but you know you’ve been around too long…”


Have you ever invested on one thing when what you really wanted to do was going for another thing?
Well, I tried. And I don’t know how people can handle it. I see people doing it all the time, like it could replace what you really miss.
I can invest on other things but I know what I feel can’t be replaced by any of those things.
It feels like it never will.
It’s irreplaceable.