Tuesday, September 30, 2014

So shut up.

Let me bring you up to date if you've only started reading in the last few months. I thought I'd try my luck at Nursing school this year and enrolled. I lasted part of the semester before I told myself it wasn't for me. When I came to this decision, the first thing I thought of was the people I was going to disappoint. I got over it, eventually, and I told people on a need to know basis.

I got a disturbing email today from someone who I thought should know better than to assume. "I knew you wouldn't last". Kinda pissed me off and I tried to put it out of my mind by thinking swear words to describe her.

It grated me all day and I wrote up a reply and was ready to send it pending a spell check. That's when spell check told me that I had spelled the F word wrong seventeen times, which led me to think I might need Jesus when responding.

Decided not to dignify her with a response, but instead sent her a link to a song on youtube.

I don't want to relive the worst day of my life over and over again. Isn't that reason enough to withdraw from a lifetime of it?

The trombonist at 3.20 just makes my day.

1 comment:

Melissa said...

People always have their opinions. That's why we have to make the decisions for us, so that when the haters hate we can feel confident.