“I wonder how many people I’ve looked at all my life and never seen.”
Today, I met a girl named Molly at Stinson Beach. She’s a six year old Golden Retriever and loves attention.
Her companions were named Denale and Darcey. Denale and Molly drove up from Southern Caliornia for the weekend to spend time with Darcey, who is from Oregon.
Darcey is currently looking for a job. He told me, “In the end, resumes look good to employers but it’s who you know, not what you know.”
Denale just started graduate school and doesn’t have to worry about jobs for a little bit further.
Molly shed on me.
Molly has been met, but I still wonder… how many people have I looked at all my life and never seen?
I know a couple of you have been waiting for me to write my second post “The Disadvantages of an Elite Education.” I haven’t been spending much time on the computer other than writing articles for Jetset Times www.JetSetTimes.com and I actually want to think really hard on that article before I publish it here.
It’s been a fantastic weekend, and I wish I could keep up with daily blog posts – after all, a big part of Andycology is introspection: to write and reflect on myself. I haven’t been taking any photos as well – shame on me.
On a sadder note, someone suffered a fatality at the beach today. A couple people applied CPR for a few minutes until the lifeguards came, followed by paramedics, state police, and finally a helicopter that landed on the sand. I believe he suffered from a heart attack – condolences to his family, and I hope he lived.