I've been tightening our already frugal lifestyle.
For a moment I thought,
boat, cars, stereos...
press the reset button.
What would we do with money?
Too much makes people act weird.
There's value in our clutter.
The thing I realized at that weak moment,
was most of our stuff is projects,
or is a finished project.
a lesson learned,
or a little piece of my soul attached.
Sometimes it's worth it to lose that memory,
and send that item down the road.
Sometimes the piece was so cheap,
the deal so good,
there's no way to replace it once gone,
unless paying face value.
A $5 pair of new factory broken Hobie's,
after a little magic,
just as good as an $80 pair.
Then I go blow it on a suit to wear twice.