I’m still alive
I’m just not on the computer much anymore.
I miss you all so much!!
With all the craziness and fun I’ve been having I’ve had little time to be on here.
But guys, I’ve come to the realization that I need to WRITE! What the hell am I doing?
Today I realized something
I REALLY like driving. It’s calming to me. I can just jam to my music and dance at intersections.
I’ll just nod my head to the people in the next car over giving me weird looks and I’m all like
I don’t care! I’ll dance if I want!
And I love having the windows down, the wind in my hair and a cigarette in my hand. (don’t smoke it’s bad for you)
I LOVE driving down country roads in the spring/summer time. There’s just something about the cornfields and grassy hills on a sunny day that gets my emotions going. Not to mention the summer nights with the moon shining down and the crickets chirping. (not that I’d hear many of them with the stereo blaring)
I just love driving.
Even when it involves me hitting animals. I mean, it’s not my fault that I slow down to an almost stop to let cats cross the road and then the minute I start going again they run back out to their deaths. I mean come on!! They were just asking for it. It’s like all the cats on the block have a suicide pact and when they see my car they’re all like
and they look over to their friends and then back at me and are like “Go! Now!!!”
First time it happened I was like
But now I’m just like
Great job cat! You met your brothers!
And before you say “You really don’t care? I mean you just killed a cat?”
You all are looking skeptical…
But it has just happened so many times it’s like I’m immune to it.
Wait..how did I go from talking about how much I love driving to how I run over cats?
Photographer Rocco Morabito won a 1968 Pulitzer prize for this photograph, ” Kiss of Life.” Apprentice lineman J.D. Thompson is breathing life into the mouth of another apprentice, R.G. Champion, who hangs unconscious after receiving an electric shock after coming in contact with a hot wire atop the utility pole.
"When you’re the victim of the behavior, it’s black and white; when you’re the perpetrator, there are a million shades of gray."
Is it weird to say that she is my role model right now?
No I think not.
"Angel’s have faith; I don’t want to be a part of his sin; I don’t want to get lost in his world; I’m not playing this game."
Marilyn, I couldn’t agree more. You were one smart lady.