Saturday, February 10, 2007

Trainwrecks...

...become pinnacles of mockery or heroism, meanwhile those who manage to merely trudge are heroes mocked only to themselves.

5 comments:

Jamie Lee said...

I can't tell if the lesson here is to be a boisterous trainwreck, or to quietly mock myself.

...But then again, I'm all hopped up on Nyquil.

Woo Hoo!

Cheryl said...

Ok then, how about this...while you and I have had a rocky past, you have given me support in my life just by being there. I know you are out there, and you care and feel like I do, I get strength from knowing you are in this world. As crazy as I sometimes think I am, I know it's ok cause you're hanging crazy on the southern end. So whatever crisis of faith you're having right now, know that there is flesh and blood walking the face of this earth that can tell you I've walked a little bit in your shoes, I know the pain, and I admire you for what you have achieved in your life. You give me strength by facing another day. I wasn't blowing smoke up your ass when I said earlier you are talented. You are, and while you might feel depleted today just realize that there are people that appreciate what you give to this world. Your reaching out to me has given me a lifeline that at times if I hadn't had I might have drowned. No trainwrecks here, only people that care maybe a bit too much, but we still pick ourselves up and keep going. I love you. And I'm grateful that I have you in my life.

Anonymous said...

You could split the differance and be a "Quiet Train Wreck" or perhaps you could mock the next train wreck that you come upon....

Anonymous said...

and remember this if you forget all else
"Money is the rules of old Eagles"!

Michael-Ann said...

he he... undoubtedly, mockery will get me everywhere, all is fair in love and software, (not to mention-what i will) Everyone should support their right to arm bears!!!!!!

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