Him: Do you believe in karma?
Me: Nope – not at all. It goes against everything Christians believe in AND history has shown us that rarely do people get what we deserve.
Him: My mom does, and she’s more Catholic than me.
There was a time that I thought I’d be marrying this one girl. Didn’t happen, obviously. Realize now that it was such a good thing it didn’t happen – we’dve made each other just miserable. Miserable.
Thought about Caligirl recently. Heard through the grapevine a while ago that she’s having a kid.
Thought about all of this because my buddy with the map problem just found out his ex is marrying someone else.
Me: You always dwell on what you don’t have. It must be tiring for you. You should stop, don’t you think?
Him: She gets a guy who loves her I guess. He knows about indiscretions
Me: (laughing) You want to be him? With a scumbag wife? We laugh at him. I laugh at him. She was banging you while engaged to him. That’s who you wanna emulate?
As an old dude, lemme tell you this: there’re countless times in your life y’gonna think that you’re dying. And one day, you’re gonna be right.
For the most part, though, you’re turning into something better.
For the most part, you’re dodging a bullet.
Cars’re honking outside my apartment like crazy. Found out Madonna’s shooting something in the hood.
It’s cool the first time; annoying the 20th.
Just want some peace and quiet to write. Earplugs it is. Stupid Madonna…
Music: wait in driving rain For the bus that never came
YASYCTAI: Ride it out, it’ll get better. It always does. Except once. (time/2 pts)
5 Replies to “Dodging the Bullet in NYC – Part 1”
wow! life sorta ran away with me and this is where i left off!!! it's really good to 'be back' reading here, and such a good entry to come back to 🙂
@YM – that's awesome that you came back. I wonder where some people disappear to oftentimes.