Thursday, July 07, 2011

Bokay!

WHEW.

What a whirlwind life is sometimes. I can't keep up.

I never want my life to be static, but seriously, does it need to be SO up and down? Balance. Balance. Balance.

My crappy mistake still haunts my brain. But then good things happened and it just reminds me to take the good and take the bad (whatever Tootie).

But really, I have to give the good stuff as much attention as the bad stuff and vice versa and really, I should give neither one of them much mind. That is the trick, to just keep going. I've had so much advice lately consisting of: the successful people are the ones who make mistakes and get right back steamrolling. I need to remember that.

I also have been having big issues with comparing myself lately, what's that about? Hell, shit, I'm almost 41 fucking years old, god it feels good to swear, and I'm comparing myself to people that aren't anything like me? WHAT IS THAT?

Do you guys do that? How do you stop doing that? Stupid.

Anyway, the 4th was a really lovely holiday, friends and tours and the beach and

God Im so boring.

You guys are the best, just trust me.

4 comments:

Melisa with one S said...

Tootie!!

DGold said...

I compare myself to others all the time. Isn't this a part of human nature....or something cliche like that? In any case....like you, as I get OLDER, I try and remind myself that there is only one ME. Just me. And whatever I decide to do, good or bad, should not be judged or compared to anyone else. I make my own mistakes and I make my own triumphs and at the end of the day I'm proud of me and like who I am. If you are doing better than me or doing something different than I am then I commend you. I'm happy for you. I'm trying to stop worrying about everyone else and just worry about me because I am my #1. (This post was brought to you by the Stuart Smalley Institute for self actualization)

Anonymous said...

I'm not so sure Dori. I work with a woman who is almost EXACTLY you.

John

DGold said...

FU ANONYMOUS. Wait...now I'm caring about what you say about me. Ugh.