Everyone is in a New Year's hype. I am too, though not in the horn blowing let's get wasted sense. This year marks the 2011 year on the Gregorian Calendar. I realized that the meaning of time or how I interpret it has changed. The numbers make great reference points but time is something real, felt, beyond measure. Infinite. How about we all resolve to evaluate, clear, reset, better ourselves- everyday, at various points forth and not just when the clock strikes 12 on January 1st. I'm loving the energy- the greetings- the anticipation of renewal- the optimism. Keep it goin! Have a magical New Year!! Abracadabra!!
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
First the disclaimer.. I almost always try to make people feel good, at least treat them fairly. Ok, I must admit that there is a certain type of male that I enjoy emasculating. I was reminded of this when a middle-aged man was on my ass (driving), and mind you, I don't travel slowly. He got around me and we checked each other out. After, I gave him the I pity the pathetic pu**y that you are look. He zoomed off and ironically, he hit the red light that I eased through. This type of middle-aged man usually drives a smaller or mid-sized model of a luxury make of car that he thinks is/runs like a Ferrari. This one had pursed lips and ugly reflective shades on. I have no problem with middle-aged men, nor do I with just nicer than average cars- just ones who act like they have little penises and it is somehow my problem. Ok, I'm done. Also, random question.. Do certain women speak like "valley girls" for a reason? Kind of sort of like a gay male? Anyway, I am listening to one near by (who happens to be speaking to a gay male friend of hers) and wondering why she does this.. It sounds forced. Does it make her feel more high-style? Pretty? What do you think?
Monday, December 6, 2010
My thoughts on today- I went to the dentist today to find that I have a hefty amount of dental work that is needed. (Though I take impeccably good care of my teeth.) This is bothersome in that it is money spent in not the most fun way but more so because I hate the thought of having my one and only set of teeth drilled on. This proves to be a valuable lesson in several ways. The future always arrives; that saving money is just as fun in spending it- you may need it for events that you didn't anticipate, good and bad, a minor set back or an investment opportunity that can set you forward. Also, to invest in tangibles and assets like gold, silver, physical and intellectual properties. With a fiat money system that can be inflated and deflated and controlled at will by the Monopoly issuers, have your own, enough so that you ain't going anywhere. Also, I was speaking to my mom about age and such and how my 30th year of life is approaching. Turning 30 doesn't bother me as it seems to do most. Maybe because I'm not still trying to do what I did ten years ago; maybe because I'm "aging" and advancing on the inside faster than I am on the outside.