Yep, ever had one? Me too. Today.
It's made me feel like listing some stuff I'm no longer gonna tolerate.
I might, or I might not use correct punctuation anymore. Because my friend Hector said why be stifled by rules we weren't meant to follow. It could interfere with my (or Hector's or someone else's) right to free expression.
And, so right. Ending marks have long been an enemy to the free spirit.
If I don't like you, I'm not gonna pretend like I do. Look out. I mean it. And, if that means I push an occasional adult into a snow bank. Okay.
If I do like you, I might hug you for no reason. Or, I might make up some reason for us to have an inside joke. I'm not gonna tell anyone else what our joke means. If you also like me, then you might decide to do the right thing. All on your own. We'll see.
There's a good chance I'm going to relate everything that happens in my life to a Seinfeld episode. I'm probably gonna quote that show often, and in out of context ways. Deal.
Or, don't deal. If you chose the don't option, then don't walk with me in the snow.
Or by a pool. Just thinking ahead.
I may never wear pantyhose again. Just because I don't feel like it.
I've decided that because I'm old enough to have friends that are grandparents, I'm no longer obligated for the local rumor mill. Everybody hold on to your slot on the wheel, I'm bailing off.
"I don't like this, and this is what I'm doing with it!" >(toupee out the window)
Quote of the post: "In the depth of winter, I finally realized that within me lay an invincible summer." ~~ Albert Camus