Andy T. Jones - On the Road of Life
One thing I really enjoy about this time of year is the NCAA basketball tournament.  It is really enjoyable to watch due to all the excitement and fun that is going on. One thing I also wanted to do is to get a job as a photographer on the sidelines at sporting events.  After all, you get to go to the game for FREE (most of the time) and you get  paid to take photos.  How is that for a blast?  Seems like a dream job.  I mean, what else could be that fun.  So, I did some research and talked to my friend's uncle, who has become a stock photographer in his career.   He gets paid for taking photos, and best of all he can take them again and again and again, and get paid again and again on photos.  Not a bad job, if you can get it!

Anyway, I'm off to go watch some games!
What did you want to be when you were growing up?  Most people the answer most certainly isn't what they are doing now.  So why aren't you, at least in your spare time, going for THAT.  Of course you can be watching television and you have kid stuff, but you only have one shot at this thing called life! 

Recently I decided that I wanted to become a beekeeper so I have started on my journey.  Why am I interested in that?  Well, I like honey, I like nature, and I like going and enjoy and being outside.  Also honey bees are extremely important to civilization.  Einstein (someone who I think you'd agree was pretty smart) said that if the bee population died the human race would become extinct within a few years.  Why are they so important?  Because without the pollen of bees the food supply would shrink, shrink, and more shrink.  Also, I think without honey people would certainly get mad and upset. :)