K, so I’ve been living in a car, right?

     I’ve learned a lot. I’ve learned so much that I don’t have the energy or willpower to dredge up what I’ve learned right now, on a moment’s notice. So perhaps I shall merely write a list and then expound upon it later.

  • Independence is worth it.
  • Less is more.
  • Strength is what you make it.
  • Life is what you make it.
  • Keep a diary.
  • Don’t park far the fuck away from everything to go to sleep, it’s a waste of time.
  • Don’t park in shady parking lots with nails. WTF.
  • Hang out often.
  • Hygiene improves?
  • Health improves?
  • Cheapness is only worth so much
  • Two sleeping bags. Woot. Maybe three when it gets colder. What a dumbass strategy.
  • Life is easier when someone’s got your back.
  • Lock your doors. If nothing else, less interruptions by potheads when you’re trying to sleep.
  • My dream is a van.
  • I laugh every time I realize I can take my whole life anywhere with a road.
  • Food is a luxury.
  • Whatever I started out thinking this would be, it is now something else. I have no regrets
  • “Where do you live?” *thinks of last place I parked* “I live at *last place I parked*.” It’s just easier.
  • A place to call home is a luxury I yearn for more and more. Constantly dreaming of home.
  • Laundry is a bitch!
  • Computer labs are wonderful.
  • Free stuff is wonderful. But not if it takes up space.
  • Dreams can make any kind of life worth it.
  • Listen and understand.
  • One friend saying “Yes” is worth the world. Thank you.
  • Anything is possible.
  • Anything is possible.
  • Anything is possible.
  • Truth.
  • Love.
  • Hope

     It’s incomplete, but it’ll do. In fact, perhaps a bit too verbose and more than half of it is written to myself. But, in that vein, keep on trucking!

  • Suranyoo1101

    I love this. Especially the diary. It's one of the rare things that lets you develop yourself for who you are, not what other say, which is really hard also being a college student.

  • Sounds like quite an experience. If you're ever near my place and you need a place to crash, let me know.