Would you rather never be able to use a touchscreen or never be able to use a keyboard and mouse?
Never be able to use a touchscreen.
Would you rather be able to control fire or water?
Would you rather have everything you eat be too salty or not salty enough no matter how much salt you add?
Not salty enough. I rarely use salt.
Would you rather have hands that kept growing as you got older or feet that kept growing as you got older?
Hands. It’s already hard enough to buy size 14 shoes.
Would you rather have unlimited sushi for life or unlimited tacos for life?
This might be the toughest one of these questions so far. It’s really a toss-up but I’ll go with tacos.
Would you rather be unable to use search engines or unable to use social media?
Unable to use social media.
Would you rather give up bathing for a month or give up the internet for a month?
Give up the internet for a month.
Would you rather donate your body to science or donate your organs to people who need them?
Donate my organs to people who need them.
Would you rather go back to age 5 with everything you know now or know now everything your future self will learn?
Know now everything my future self will learn.
Would you rather relive the same day for 365 days or lose a year of your life?
Lose a year of my life.
Would you rather be able to control animals (but not humans) with your mind or control electronics with your mind?
Today I golfed my third round of the year, but the first one walking. It’s really hard to putt when the greens are still bumpy from the fall aeration and the grass is long.
Finally got time and weather to cut and haul away the trees that fell in February. Big thanks to my buddy Brent!
Whenever I think back to growing up, the book that comes to mind is Hatchet by Gary Paulsen. I don’t really remember much about the story, other than the kid was stuck out in the woods by himself and survived because he had a hatchet.
I always thought the survival aspect of the story was so cool. I think that is part of why I enjoy movies, stories, and shows with similar aspects, like Alaskan Bush People or Alaska: The Last Frontier. Sure, these shows are produced and played up a bit, but you still get to see people out in remote areas surviving on a lot less than we have here.
I’ll bet it has also shaped some of how I like to repurpose things or make things on my own. It can all lead back in some part to this book I read as a boy. I still remember trips out to the woods with my dad to scout deer and how much I enjoyed taking his hatchet with us to cut branches or small trees. I think I need to buy myself an old hatchet when I see one at an estate sale!
Is there a book you remember reading as a kid?
Special golf edition after Tiger’s win at the Masters.
I’ve been eyeing up a pair of Allbirds for years and pulled the trigger a couple of weeks ago. They really are as comfortable as all of their advertising says.
I couldn’t tell you the last time I had a pair of shoes made to be worn without socks, which is exciting for the summer. I’m curious to see how they go through the wash too.