A friend sent this to me today and made me smile. Think of the poor eggs when you next eat them!
If you think life is bad. How would you like to be an egg?
You only get laid once!
You only get smashed once!
It takes 4 minutes to get hard!
Only 2 minutes to get soft!
You share your box with 5 other guys! And after 3 minutes in the hot tub you get your head smashed in and then you get a good poking by a load of soldiers! But worst of all.
The only chick that ever sat on your face was your mother!
So cheer up, your life aint that bad!
A couple of days ago I tried to make some changes to my blog regarding upgrade to domain name. I made mess. I’ve contacted support and I’m awaiting a reply.
My blog is what’s keeping me occupied at the moment and I’m furious with myself for whatever I’ve done wrong in the upgrade process.
My husband has been trying to keep me occupied today but as the quote says, to find tranquility elsewhere you have to have it inside you first.
This picture made me smile but also think.
A lot of people with epilepsy have problems with their memory and I’m one of them. When talking with sisters there’s the ‘do you remember when….’ conversations, and no, I don’t remember. To counteract this I’m very organised in daily life as I don’t want to forget things. Everything is in my calendar synced between my computer and iPhone. Whenever I think of something I want to blog about, I make a note; when I remember something I need to do, I set a reminder; I write shopping lists. When it comes to day to day, I’m fine, in fact my memory day to day is better than my husband. He’s gone to the supermarket and called me asking what he’s gone there for!
On the other hand, when I remember my past, the majority of it are bad times. I can remember the nasty words, the arguments and the unhappiness.
Do I just remember the bad or is there only bad to remember?
Anyway, I would like ideally to be a cross between an elephant and a goldfish. Remember just enough and forget just enough, remembering the good and forgetting the bad.
A GoldPhant or, EleFish?
I like this quote but it’s a toughie to actually do. At the moment I can’t forget or maybe forgive events of the past, so what I’ve learnt from them is not ideal. I’ve learnt to keep my distance, avoid contact and stay clear of upsetting situations.
This is one to work on, but can I learn from the past until I’ve forgiven the people involved? I don’t know if I ever will.
Ding-dong, ding-dong. Ding-dong, ding-dong!
Why did the person who rang my doorbell have to ring it more than once? Was there any need? They didn’t know this, but I wasn’t going to answer anyway because they were door to door sellers. Yes, door to door selling winds me up! There is a sign on my door saying they aren’t welcome.
Ding-dong. Just once is enough. I don’t have to answer MY door, it’s MY choice and ringing it twice just winds me up. So thank you stranger selling house to house for getting me annoyed.