|Cosmo Sales Imp|
|Cosmo Sales Imp|
I've got a fantastic wife and an awesome little boy.
I've got a cool job.
I live in what is, for me, the greatest country on the face of the Earth!
My 25+ years of comic book love has been paying off in spades these last few years, with some awesome comic book inspired movies!
I have an awesome hobby that led me to this place and a metric crap ton of cool people to be friends with*.
Does not inlcude evil pony lawyers.
Damn aberskellies rubbin' it in.
Exactly. Were we supposed to forget that we love our spouses, our kids? Our dogs and cats and hamsters?
I love that the Universe simply came into being. I don't even care how. I just love staring at it. Let's all just take a minute to remember what Bones said, and remind ourselves of how amazing life is.
"In this galaxy there’s a mathematical probability of three million Earth-type planets. And in the universe, three million million galaxies like this. And in all that, and perhaps more...only one of each of us."
I miss Bones. Just like I miss my Uncle Dan, who we all used to joke was just like Dr. McCoy (probably not a coincidence, since he loved Star Trek). But I got to have time with both, in my own way. And that's enough to love life right there.
I have an amazing fiance, soon to be wife.
I have a great job that is going to provide for my future family where I am constantly learning new information.
I have great friends and a healthy body.
I really like the idea behind this thread, so many times we forget to take a step back and remember all the amazing things in our lives because we are so busy being stuck in the doom and gloom of the day to day trudge.
Thanks for the reminder that life is amazing.
I have a lovely and supportive wife.
I live in a very beautiful place.
I own three highly-entertaining dogs (or do they own me? I'm not really clear on that part)
I get to ride my bike along the Atlantic Ocean and feel the salty breeze kiss my skin
I own my own library
I have interesting friends to talk with
Unlike many others I have never really experienced true hunger, or any real privation. I may not be rich, but my life is better than a king's would be 200 years ago.
These among many other things is why I love my life.
I am getting married in 10 days to a beautiful, supportive, loyal, intelligent and fiesty woman who while she does not play D&D she supports that I do.
I have a wonderfully supportive family whom I love and care for and they do of me.
I have many interesting, intelligent, fun and loyal friends in my life.
Scotch, beer, rum and alcohol in general.
Food: I love cooking it and eating it.
Dungeons and Dragons or whatever iteration we want to call it. It will always be D&D for me though.
I have a job which gets better everyday. I have a house to live in I don't own one now but look forward to that option.
I own a car.
I have disposable income to buy games and other things to spur my mind and imagination
I have my health.
I am alive.
Oh I forgot one! My superawesome wife, who doesn't roleplay outside of crowd controlling and dispensing mind candy on EQ1, has said I may travel to the fabled Emerald City next June to partake in the fun and games of Paizocon.
How many body pieces have seceded from Cosmo now anyway?
Are they off forming a patchwork Cosmo golem that is even more evil?
Or have they escaped to the Los Angeles underground where they survive as soldiers of fortune?
AUGH! Your right, it could be anywhere now! Even right outside! AUGH! Quick, set the couch on fire and spread jello on the floor!
Now there's a funny visual. A zombie boarding his house up.. =D
Or does Hulk Hogan actually look like a two-eyed me?
*flexes 'stache twirls*
I love Dr. Pepper and I'm happy that it and I both exist in the same world.
I love that, should I so choose, I can go home and brew a batch of beer.
I love living in a country that gives me such awesome things as Popeyes, comic books, Angelina Jolie, and Magnum P.I.!!!
Patrick Curtin wrote:
It used to be a "visit to the lab". But now that I'm with the steam group, and we don't have a lab, that excuse has gone the way of the dodo.
Visit to the boiler room?
Niiiice. Your thoughts?