You talk too much. You search, listen, and gather intel to fill your coffers. You draw conclusions that aren't yours to draw. You tell stories that aren't yours to tell. You give advice where it wasn't asked. You stalk one's virtual world and perhaps the real one too. You think you know; you don't know. … Continue reading Not Worth Your Weight in Meddle
Believe it or not your experience does not necessarily prove what is or is not true of the entirety of society or the world. You are not the center of the universe. You cannot possible know everything or everyone. Stop making sweeping judgements based solely on your individual experience. #talktomorepeople #readsomethingoutsideyourcomfortzone #theworldisnotdefinedbyyourbelief #perceptionisnotreality
You know who thinks twins are great? People who don't have to carry them, raise them, or pay for them.
I am a night owl. I enjoy staying up late and then sleeping until I feel like getting out of bed even if that is late morning. I was designed that way. I am not broken. I am not irresponsible. If something calls for my having to be up early, then I adjust accordingly. I … Continue reading The Early Bird Can Have the Worms for All I Care
Eavesdrop Merriam-Webster.com defines eavesdrop as: to listen secretly to what is said in private. The origin had to do with literally standing under an eave as water dropped on the listener. Nosey by Nature I am, by nature, a nosey person; in fact I think more people are than are not. In my … Continue reading Eavesdropping
Recently I was watching Talking with Chris Hardwick (AMC and The Nerdist Podcast) with Michelle Monaghan as the guest. She shared a story about how Kevin Bacon had once told her "this too shall pass" during a conversation in which she was talking about something good in her life. Now I grew up in church … Continue reading This Too Shall Pass