I get buck wild, telling you the things that one should not tell. The things I blab about people find embarrassing, disgraceful even – or just maybe they’re simply discreet and self-respecting. Hey, I’m just an open person. It isn’t about showing off or about me thinking I’m unique because my experiences aren’t unusual. I’m just stupid enough to run my mouth in public – all I ask is that you respect that. People may think that I have no shame.
Oh but yes I do. There are few things that even I wouldn’t open up my big fat mouth for — now, now – that isn’t nice. These things are very few. Since I tell you in my blog what’s going on with me, and now I can’t, I have to speak around this issue as it’s therapeutic – ha – for me, and hopefully it inspires a twinge of mystery — ha ha ha!
Just wish me luck on my journey into hell. Thank you.
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Yep, I’ve got that same problem of being open and honest. Gets me into trouble sometimes but I’d rather live that way than any other. And good luck on your mystery journey to hell or purgatory. Sending you good vibes!
I really appreciate that Misty! At least you know where I’m coming from with my open-honest approach. You just are who you are, right.
Exactly. And if someone doesn’t like me, they don’t like me – not my problem and really none of my business. *shrugs* It makes for an interesting life at the least. 😉
I’m not particularly an AC/DC fan, but perhaps ‘Highway To Hell” could be your theme song. “Big Balls” might work on a metaphorical level.
What a coincidence! I’ve been listening to AC/DC all day — hahaha! — Who Made Who, You Shook Me All Night Long, and Back in Black. Or — maybe it isn’t a coincidence — aha!
You’re not an AC/DC fan, Smak? I thought the XY chromosome pairing came with automatic AC/DC fandom. Interesting.
Are you in a handbasket? I’ve always wanted to go to hell in a handbasket.
I have “Back in Black” as my ring tone.
Hahaha! Thanks for making me laugh Mary — I need a laugh! I want a tightly woven rust-colored hand basket.
Mysterious is sexy. I don’t know what these people you say are talking about. You tell the best stories. I would be thrilled to join you in hell 😉
I love you!
Be yourself 🙂
Oh my God oh my God — I looooove your picture Lynne! This is good advice — I’ll take it. See you later!
haha.. that’s my sassy mood picture 🙂
I put this picture on the back of my hard cover book — I have a friend who asks — “Why the hell did you use this picture?!” I tell her, because I’m nuts and that’s the way I like it 🙂 I’m glad you can dig it too Lynne.
Lynne — pardon my second response — I’m a ditz — I’m thinking you’re referring to MY picture — Oy gevalt!
Good luck with going to wherever you’re going. The key is to come back, ‘kay?
Oh yeah, I’m intrigued now.
Well, actually what I should have said in Mike’s comments — since I’m back from my ‘journey’ is that I am in fact back and in one piece physically, though, mentally I dunno yet 🙂 I’m just glad to see you Carrie!
Sometimes my physical body precedes my mental one, too, so in that you are not alone. 😉
Purgatory…is that in Pennsylvania? Somewhere between Climax and Ecstasy? xoxoM
Oh only if it were between Climax and Ecstasy — only if…
Sandee, I think you and I should sit next to each other in hell, eating cake and laughing at people. And I’m intrigued about what’s going on with you, of course, and wish you luck!
Oh this had me laughing! And — thank you! The imagery of this — we could be pointing and saying evil things about people, like little trolls! Ahahahahahahaaaa! Thanks MW for the well wishes — I did survive the first circle of hell, now I’ve got a few others to get through 🙂
ooooooooooh can I sit with you two and eat cake as well?
This would be the greatest fun SSG! For sure!
Nah, not hell. Big mouth= purgatory…. maybe, but you won’t burn;)
‘Big mouth = purgatory’ — hahahaha! Love it!
I hope everything is ok. Better now? I can appreciate honesty. It’s good for the soul. Don’t worry about hell.
Things are slightly better but — I tell you the irony of not wanting to look into the future is that I’m able to enjoy the moment better. Thanks for asking — I appreciate it!
What do you mean now you can’t tell us what’s going on with you?
Yeah, I know I probably shouldn’t have said anything at all but I guess I did for me, you know, to get it off my chest in a way by hinting at it. One day maybe this is something I wouldn’t be so closed mouth about but for now, I just hint in a lame post 🙂
oh ok. But, it’s everything OK? I mean, I know about the job and all but I hope no one is giving you a hard time because of your blog. You don’t have to tell me, of course. But I do hope
Oh no — that isn’t the situation. It’s just about some personal action I’ve had to take. But it will be fine probably in the long run. It’s just getting through the days surrounding it that suck — but that’s life. The irony is that since looking ahead to the future for me doesn’t seem appealing, I stay in the ‘now’ more and enjoy the moment. That’s one thing I know you know how to do — I need to look at you as an example of someone who lives life despite life 🙂
aaaaaaaaaaaaaw shucks… that’s so touching and now you’re gonna make me cry….
Ditto what Lynne said. Just be your beautiful self. xoxo Lisa
Thanks Lisa! The drama about it has diminished — I realized I wanted to much control. I had to let go…