In case you’re wondering, I am still deployed. These things are long aren’t they? The title to this blog post: “Hunt The Good Stuff,” is something my 1SG used to tell us when I was in AIT (advance individual training). It pretty much means you should find the good in every situation, no matter how bad it may seem. Easier said than done, I know.
A lot of things have changed in the past few months and they will have a huge impact on things when I get home. I can’t say too much, but I’m excited and nervous at the same time. They’re all good things. With that being said, some plans I had for the Broken Clutch will have to be put on hold for a few weeks once I’m stateside.
I wanted to take you through step by step on how I was going to get a non-running project truck I bought the day before I deployed into daily driver condition. I’m still going to get the truck going when I come home, but I won’t be able to take you through step by step. Time is of the essence and I need to get her going so I can put her to work. I’ll try to capture as much as I can, but it won’t be a thorough walk-through by any means.
Like I said, Hunt The Good Stuff. I had so many exciting ideas and plans to implement as soon as I got back, but plans change. I’m not saying these plans won’t happen, they’re just going to happen differently. When all is said and done, I’ll be in a much better position to bring quality content to you. I know these updates are vague, but they have to be. Stick with me, we’re just getting started.