Saturday, July 24, 2010

I'm a Lame-O sometimes

Because it's true, I am.

I suppose life is about learning, and I learned a lesson that I will never forget. It's not a horribly big deal, but I'm dwelling and I thought if I wrote about what I learned, maybe then I can let it go. So here's the life lesson:

If you absolutely want to post something snarky on Facebook, wait 24 hours and then if you still must post it, post away. In the heat of the moment? Leave it alone.

Yes, I fell prey to spouting off on facebook, probably hurt some feelings, and now I feel like a jerky jerk about the whole thing. Facebook is really nice, it's a great way to stay connected to people I care about, it's a convenient way to make plans. But man, just like in real life, think before you type. I know I will from now on.

There are other factors, and I'm confident I can get it all sorted out.

Ugh. I'm not perfect, okay? I get upset for silly reasons, I get emotional, I get butthurt, I react. Sometimes I react badly. I say (or type, haha) things that I perhaps should keep to myself. I'm a work in progress, just like everyone else.

I contemplated taking a short facebook break, but I don't really want to do that. I would miss everyone's pictures, messages, and snippets of everyday life. I don't know, I'm feeling sort of blah about this stuff and I hope it will pass.

So while dealing and waiting for it to pass, I'll be making bagels, probably some bread, and there was a request for pizza this weekend. Yes, I will be using up all the flour in GA. Maybe I'll sew some stuff too.

Anyhoo, have a good weekend all!!


  1. Don't even stress it. I'm sure it will all blow over. I think everybody should observe the 24 hour rule on FB, however. I forget how many people lurk on there, including me. Your meal tonight looks crazy good! Where is this bagel recipe?

  2. The bagel recipe is from Vegan Brunch, but there are lots of them out there that I'm sure would be as successful. My bagels actually are kind of flat, and I don't know if that's something I did or the recipe. As long as the recipe you use includes boiling the bagels, they'll turn out like the ones you buy at fancy bagel shops.