But I don't completely agree with it as we have several options to stay in constant touch with our family and friends.
I do not present this theory because I feel sorry for myself. Not all of us can be born lighthouses, or nobody would ever get anything done and there would be more sex happening than you could even believe.I just think it's important that I make my Triangular nature clear up front.I always love ocean cruising significantly more than coastal navigation for many reasons and the above is undeniably one of it. I spend 2 hours (not every single day) to take care of any monthly or weekly checks or the maintenance of any life-saving appliances.The rest of the time I'm off from work and indulge in relaxing and recreating myself with the whatever I have.I would like to tell you about a theory I've developed, in the past two years or so, about a certain brand of people I like to call "lighthouses." This theory was developed after years spent in the company of one such member of the species, carefully observed in her natural habitat. Rylee, since the time I met her seven years ago, has dated nine people. When she's single, Rylee hardly needs to leave the apartment (or, in some of those cases, dormitory building) before anywhere from one to four different guys profess an interest in being her next boyfriend. She'll make her interests known, of course, but she always has options.
You might as well know that now because she's going to come up a lot. But what's really crazy, what's really impressive about it, is her lack of time off between boyfriends.Many of the top-tier shipping companies offer such family carriage where the wife/girl friend of the sailor can accompany them at sea.The family get the opportunity to be with their partner and roam around in ports and sail on ships for free.They will feel that it's always best to keep an eye on the lighthouse, even if they have to come and go due to other sailorly obligations. They'd rather just go around it, staying as far away as humanly possible. It's just that Bermuda doesn't know how to handle itself when somebody sails into its territory, because that hardly ever happens.The lighthouse might act like it doesn't know it's so popular with the sailors, but it does. Even if the lighthouse has a special sailor for the moment, its light is always on. Now, I've had it pointed out to me (by a bunch of boys who couldn't possibly understand the metaphor) that this is not how lighthouses actually "work." These jerks tried to tell me that lighthouses are actually there to keep sailors away from particularly dangerous shorelines, because otherwise they'd crash into the jagged rocks found there. If you want to get technical about certain structures' designated functions, then yes, that is correct, even though I think that's dumb because people and creatures are drawn toward light and if lighthouses really wanted to keep people away from rocky shores they'd be big audio speakers that played scary ghost sounds. The first time I told Rylee that she was a lighthouse, she asked me what that made me. It hasn't had much chance to practice, and it's used to things going a certain way.These are identified as High-risk areas and we observe strict anti-piracy measures to make sure we are safe. As a trainee (cadet), I did contracts of 6 months at sea.