Yesterday my first blog post was about how we spend our days. What really matters in life? How much of what we do today even matters tomorrow? It’s safe to say that at 23, Chad does not think like I think on many issues. Oh, he’s a good young man, he holds a steady job that he’s had for four years, even though it’s part-time. No doubt when I was his age (maybe still), my parents shook their heads in disbelief at some of the things I did.
Things have changed so much since my college days. I never lived in the dorm . . I always lived at home, under the very watchful eye of my mother! Not that I would ever have done anything they asked me not to do anyway! 🙂
Chad had way too much fun in school. To commemorate his time spent in college, he collected beer caps. In fact, I think/hope several of his buddies were saving their beer caps for him. He’s building a table and he’s going to pour some kind of epoxy over the caps and forever, he’ll be reminded of his fun days in school. I can’t wait til he has children of his own! Every time I’m at his house, I’m going to demand that we have dinner at the beer cap table! 🙂
He needed a total of 711 beer caps and he still needs about 60. Nope, that doesn’t make a mom too happy!
Yesterday, he spent a good chunk of time arranging his beer caps on his table top. His trusty assistant is always real close! 🙂
At least he’s creative . . I suppose!