The Great American Lie

The great American lie: 

That you’re not valuable unless you have a mortgage you can’t afford, 2 cars, and designer clothes. That working hard is what gets you somewhere. That the average person is honest. 

All lies. 
Children, if you want to get somewhere, just kiss butt. In the end that’s all that matters for most people. Which is why we have badly run businesses with even worse customer service. Because nepotism, not knowledge, is king. 



I had the best, most relaxing weekend (despite the unintentional, difficult hike on Saturday)! Today has been pretty good, but it still doesn’t compare to the times when the only ones I have to interact with are my boyfriend and my cats. 🙂