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what I learned from 'lethal weapon'

I had the inclination to go back through my blog entries this weekend. I wound up reading the last two years and it made me realize a few things:
1. I think I'm hilarious
2. I watched too much 'Buffy' (yo!)
3. My last ten entries sucked!

So I deleted them. While I've always thought of this blog as a casual exercise in writing (note *making entries via iPad seems to have killed my ability to self-grammar check), it really appears to be more of an exercise in critical thinking. And that's why I nuked those entries. Cause they appear to have been written by a person with reality problems. And while I may indeed have problems, I certainly don't need to go broadcasting them. hah!

So while not a whole lot has changed between now and the last ten entries (I still have a loml and mini-loml), I am going to attempt to think better. or mo' better betta.. and with that said, on with the crazy!


So today I got kind of unprofessional with someone at work. I was totally provoked! but sure enough, while driving home, I got that bad bad feeling like I had screwed up. And after thinking it through a few times, I had to eat some reality and admit to myself that my reaction - not good. "But", i thought to myself, "I'm still young, making stupid mistakes."

ooh no. Stop. stop now.

I'm not young. I should know better. or in the words of Det. Murtough, "I'm too old for this shit". As indeed I am. Seriously, I spent several hours this weekend having the mini-loml throw up on me! Repeatedly! And you know what I was thinking as little miss puked in my hands? "Wow - I remember when a wild weekend meant that I was the one doing the puking".

but no, I'm a big girl now; I catch other people's vomit at home. So why is it any different at work? (actually, i think it takes a lot of love to let someone throw up on you, but let's just go with it). So if I have to be old (and i am, just ask my babysitters), I might as well claim some of the alleged benefits, like wisdom, maturity, knowing better, and all that jazz..

and definitely before i start catching the negative bits, like crappy driving!


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