Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
I can not live without my amazing friends. They're a small group of
people, but that's because I choose my friends very carefully, they
are the select few in the world who I truly appreciate and who
appreciate me in return.
To be a true child of this generation, I love technology. I'm a big
video game fan, I got my first SNES when I was six (Best console
EVER by the way) and find they bring great joy and a plethora of
worlds to immerse yourself in and learn from.
I'm not in love with my phone, but I find it very handy. Having the
internet at my fingertips is a wonderful thing.
I'm in the process of becoming a network admin/engineer so my
career relies and thrives on the new technological advances and
wonders in the computer world.
Knowledge comes in at number three on my list. I love to learn,
whether it's a simple trivia fact or how to completely take
something apart and put it back together, I cannot get enough of
new information. The more knowledge I can take and turn into
wisdom, the better I feel I can share with the world and influence
life around me. I also figure if I ever stop learning I'll just
shrivel up and die :P
With this list being in no particular order, I couldn't live
without my loving and amazing parents. They've done so much for me
all through my life, and have always been there for me when I have
needed them. I have shared so many experiences with them that I am
eternally grateful for, and they have helped me grow into the
mature, intelligent, confidant man that I am today, and I hope they
will continue to teach me for many more years to come.
To get material for a second, my feather pillow. There is nothing
better than laying your head down on something amazingly soft for
an amazing night's rest.
My amazing kitty cats! I've got three amazing cats (the fourth one
recently passed :( ) who all have very different and very comical
personalities. I wouldn't trade them for the world.