I Feel so POWERFUL! SO ENCHARGE of my self-preservation! I MADE POWER… Well, solar power anyway, from an inexpensive solar car charger from a Harbor Freight Tools. The store opened a new location not too far from me. I love this place, BUT it’s not the quality tools (cheap = hit or miss), let’s not go there, but for all the odd, cool, and fun stuff they sell.
Think any type of power tool anyone can afford – anything you will NEVER need but always wanted… even if you don’t need it but just wanted to play with it. Like a jackhammer… or welding or plasma cutting, 4 ton jack… It’s like a Part Auto Store. Part Tools, Part everything else.
I think that’s why I like it. I feel I’ve been to more stores at one stop, got more things done and they always get free junk product when I leave via their coupons. You have to always go with their coupon or it is a wasted trip. LOL
There’s some psychological attraction about they gave me 20% off and I get a free $2.99 blue trap or free batteries… I think I have 4 or 5 blue traps.
I have fond memories of that store, and sadly I have to say this, But Mention Harbor Freight Tools is not an endorsement and I’m not getting paid or any compensation or even a coupon…not even a coupon! I bet if they did give me a coupon, it would be for a free blue trap!!!
When I first moved to Florida and Harbor Freight in Sarasota, they sold 3d wooded ship puzzles my son and I would hot clue together. Mini tools and lots of other fun stuff.
Yes, I was off the power grid… for 3% of charging my phone… OH, THE POWER!!!
“My parameters are simple: draw what comes to mind. Focus on a feeling and doodle it out…No color, just black and white images. I want to also try to add a time limit of 20 minutes max (something new). No, this will not be Zentangle, or “Tangle” but some principles apply and I may do a few of my own patterns.”
Originally Posted at Chato Stewart’s Mental Health Humor at Psych Central: https://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor
Stewart, Chato. (2018). Daily Doodle: 3% Is A Feeling Of So Much Power. Psych Central. Retrieved on July 282018, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor/2018/07/solar-power/