Her: Let’s see what our fortune cookie says. (opens it) “Knowledge is power.” That’s not a fortune, that’s an observation!
Spent most of last week working 16 hours days. Which, during times of personal upheaval, is not necessarily a bad thing.
Think that the subconscious is always processing those things that we can’t or won’t deal with at the moment.
Then again, being an insomniac, always somehow find the time to dwell on things I probably shouldn’t dwell on for too long. All those damn hows and whys.
If you’re at all interested, there’s a story in the bible that gives me comfort in life: 2 Samuel 12:14-23.
David, the king, has a son who gets sick. While the kid’s dying, David’s distraught and won’t sleep or eat. Then the kid dies. David mourns but then rises from his knees and gets something to eat. His advisers don’t understand and say: “When he was sick, you were a mess, and now that he’s gone, you’re eat again.”
To which David goes, “He’s gone and I can’t bring him back. I shall go to him, but he shall not return to me.”
Saw my buddy, whose mamma passed away, at the gym. He seems like he’s back to himself. That’s the thing with personal loss, y’have your good days and bad.
Since the beginning of time, all you can do is get up off your knees, ride out the bad days and wait for the next good day. You try to make it to the other side of the crap and get something nice to eat.
Today I start my day with a muffin – which, let’s face it, is really just a naked cupcake. Every once in a while, you should start your day with some cake.
Hoping today’s a good day. Even if it’s not, it starts with some cake.
Mom: Can I do something? Maybe I’ll get you two something.
Me: Well, you could buy us a 55″ LCD TV. That always makes things better.
Me: (laughing) No mom, I was just kidding. (pause) 60 inches is really the minimum.