The elections are over and the general comment across the country is "thank God."
But there are those who insist on furthering their comments with snide remarks. If their favorite candidate lost, they call the winning side nasty names. If their favorite won, they rub salt in the wound and gloat over their victory. Why? What does that accomplish?
I rarely talk politics. I find it a no-win task. No one is perfect, so there will never be a perfect candidate. They all have faults, just as most have good qualities--some more than others. And because we live in such a wonderful country, the good news is that no one person can make or break or system. They have to work together in order to get something done.
So, let's all work together, Washington! We have the chance to get it right and get back on track if you all play nice.
Is it just me or are there a lot of annoying people in this world? I’ve been accused of being bitchy, but seriously, those annoying people out there give me a lot to bitch about. And it’s not like I go looking for things to complain about. They always seem to find ME. My husband likes to say everyone is messing with me. Yeah, it feels like that most of the time. I swear if I didn’t know better, I’d think there was some great manipulator in the sky keeping score on how many times I can be messed with. When it’s been awhile, bam, here comes another one to set me off.
Sigh. It’s a burden, but hey, if someone has to carry it, it might as well be me. I can take it. AND, I’m a writer, so now I can write about it! I don’t plan to intentionally hurt anyone here, but if you see yourself in any of these scenarios, pay attention! This is your chance to learn from your mistakes. You can’t cure stupid, but maybe you can make yourself look less stupid. Just don’t do it on my time, please.
Join me as I unload some of life’s frustrations and annoyances in a light-hearted trip down bitch lane.