and age does have to do with wisdom. over time your wisdom grows. however, if you never ask for it, you will never receive. and that is how a seventy year old man can have little wisdom.
also, watch out for putting feet in your mouth. it can be embarrassing on many different levels. just a little wisdom i picked up from my dearest friend.
recently i have become obsessed with candy corn and peanuts. eaten together. it is perfection.
and now i go a step deeper into my thoughts about my previous topic. holes. so i feel like i am in a revolving door. i keep spinning around this stuff not really getting anywhere. everything keeps coming back without resolve and without an end. i wish someone would stick their foot in the door and stop this spinning. i'm nauseous. tired. annoyed. and oh yeah a little frustrated. and i always thought the revolving doors were fun as a child, but now the repetitive circular happenings in my life are confusing. often times i find them unbearable.
none the less, they are the happenings of my life. i have learned that keeping busy is the best medicine. and to top it all off i am looking forward to being a chipmunk and high this weekend. i get the teeth of wisdom removed this friday. no, there will be no posted pictures and yes you can come to montgomery and visit me. i will probably express my true and deepest feelings about you. i should sell tickets.