Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Don't mind me. Just talking to the universe.

I keep hearing that it gets easier. I hear it from others and I hear it from myself, a reminder that it's either true or just a good and hopeful way to be. It's hardly worth going over yet again, but I'm in a mood for breathing deeply tonight. I'd do the woe-is-me thing, but there are far too many people having a rougher go of it than myself for me to feel like anything other than a whiner in doing so. Still, I would like for the universe to do me a solid and guarantee me that if I keep clocking in and doing my job, then I won't ever have any tough times with vehicles anymore.

Also, while I have the universe's attention (assuming that I do), I'd like for my kids to never get fevers and miss school again. (That H1N1 stuff was both worrisome and expensive.) There's also the issue of my laptop. For some reason, I think that there's a firewall issue where there really should be no issue at all. I can't access my iTunes Store right now. That means no new songs on my iPod and more importantly it means I haven't listened to a podcast in months. Has the universe not noticed just how much I like podcasts? Heck, I almost started one myself last year and I didn't even have an idea of what it would be about. We even bought a microphone and downloaded software and everything.

There is more that I would like to talk about with the universe, but it'll just need to talk to me personally. Some things are too private for a blog.


The Old Man and His Dog said...

I've been through my share of "bad" times. Currently not attending a picnic right now, but when I look back on all the really serious bad times I've been through, I always come back to the realization that I survived. And actually usually made it through and was better for going through whatever it was. Sure didn't seem like it at the time, but I'm still here kickin. I found that as long as I keep doing the right thing and work hard, it all works out in the end. It's not always easy and it's usually hard, but I have food on the table(sometimes just cheerios),a roof over my head(not nec. where I want to live), and people that I love and that love me back. In the end that's all we really need. There's a lot to be said for contentment.

Barbara(aka Layla) said...

There is always someone worse off than we are, so therefore its okay to whine. I hope things go a bit smoother for you soon.