Underestimate Me. That'll Be Fun!
Underestimate Me – That’ll Be Fun
This book is a collection of rants, opinions, and observations on random subjects that I scribbled while running away from and toward my true self.
I hope my words can show others that there is life after years of breaking rocks on society's conformity chain gang and that real empowerment is being yourself and not what others tell you that you should be. You cannot sit and read the book of your life as it unfolds. You must write the next page yourself. That is the way to growth and to peace and yes, you can be homesick for places you have never been.
Book description by my Inner voice: This is a chunk of at times incoherent ramblings on life and people one meets as they wander aimlessly on the internet and through the so-called real world... a shambolic, circumlocutious clustershtuck of a sometimes crap-infused, possibly drug-fuelled word salad.
When was the last time you did something for the first time?
Think! When was the last time you did something for the first time? It’s been a while, hasn’t it? So, go do something new already!
I am constantly looking for new things to do for the first time. Right now, I am writing a book for the first time and getting it published.
My favorite first time thing that I did was travel alone. When I go, I go big. I have always had a desire in my heart to go to Israel, and for about a decade people kept telling me they would go with me—next year, next year, next year, or they would say we’ll go when it settles down over there.
I decided that things were never going to settle down over there or anywhere else. I told my friends I was going this year. “Sure, sure,” they said with the expected eye rolls and the ‘there she goes again’ smirks to go with. I booked the trip and arranged to meet up with a tour group in Tel Aviv, which is exactly what I did. My friends were in shock as they dropped me off at the airport. I think they expected me to turn around and say it was an early April Fools’ joke.
I boarded the plane and took my seat, my three seats, actually. I had paid for extra leg room seats since it was a 12-hour flight and luckily had no one beside me. YES! YES! YES! Then they announced we were taking off and it hit me. OMG! I started internally freaking out. What the Hell am I doing? A woman travelling alone to Israel? I had done extensive research about the trip and the country, but I had never travelled so far before and certainly not by myself.
About the Author:
Furiosa has been expressing her thoughts and ideas on paper, walls, and sidewalks since she could hold a crayon. Though she only recently published her first book, Underestimate Me. That’ll be Fun! She identifies as a bestselling author. She wants you to know that being yourself is your superpower. Furiosa loves autobiographies, classic old movies, all genres of music, chasing stars, and visiting far-flung places via roads less travelled.
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