I Wonder...How hard would it be to live off the land in Alaska? Maybe join a fishing crew, even though I hate water? Retreat to the woods somewhere nice and secluded, where I don't need any money, any people, any talents except knowing how to find fresh water and skin a deer?
I'd miss some stuff. I'd miss my cat. I'd miss books. I'd probably miss music- plumbing, even. My cat would be safer with my parents, though. I could write my own books, make my own music (I have an acoustic guitar, a recorder, a pan flute, a mini harp thing...), and a nice lake or river could take care of the rest. But I know I wouldn't miss the people. My friends just get distant. I don't give a flying **** about my family, really, except for my dad. The rest I don't care about.
Hmm. I might need a dog. German Shepherd, maybe? But they have bad back legs. Maybe a husky. They're nice a fluffy and good watch dogs- they're huge wimps, though. I could use two...
If I ever do need money to buy something I NEED and can't MAKE, then I could just sign on with a boat crew or do some odd jobs. Right? It wouldn't be hard for me. Hard for me is social interaction, homework. I'm smart, but I'm lazy when it comes to writing papers and ****. I'm better at getting up in the morning and running, or going out and collecting logs for a fire.
Dunno. Humans suck at mostly everything. Wonder if I could do it?