Gadabout (noun) Origin: English | gad·about A person who travels often or to many different places for pleasure (and for me for work)!!
For now it’s a gad-about for work.. but in the future, I hope to live through some of the same opportunities but only for pleasure!!!
Subsequently, (days, months or years later) working by candlelight and hidden away in his dank, musty secluded lair, the rogue simply rearranges the collected words on yellowed bond with a sharpened quill ink pen fashioned from the tail feather of a bald-headed vulture.
Once finished, the dastardly cur audaciously attempts to sell those assembled pages for fleeting fame and profit.”