I still play out ideas in my head. Complete stories of what would have happened if I made different choices throughout my life. But no story is honestly realistic. They all play out like they would on tv. Nothing bad happens in them. It just plays favorites with the happy outcome. So no matter what, it’s tainted. It’s not real. It’s just the best parts.
I’ve always enjoyed the idea of parallel universes. Ones that break off from a simple decision, the only difference is that you said yes instead of no at some point in your life. And then to see how your life would be after that one simple decision. That decision that caused your time line to shoot off on its own, to start different time line separate from the one you’re aware of. And then to think that if a new time line happens when I make any kind of decision, what about everyone else and from them there’s different you’s who will make choices on their own, it’s just a constant loop. I want to see the time line of choice made. Lately I’ve been thinking about how one choice would have turned out, but I can’t help but to think of it with the movie logic I’ve grown up with. In the end I’ll only know this time line, and what ever happens in it.
Well I had a fun morning. #pbass #lespaul #martin
#wildlife (at Golfland)
I like to open my clif bar upside down cause the dude looks a lot more #extreme
at Coyote’s Corner 🐺
#RIP (at Romano’s Macaroni Grill)
#feedingtime (at Sea Life Aquarium)