"Choosing trust over doubt gets me burned once in a while, but I'd rather be singed than hardened." -Victoria Monfort

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Do You do This?...

I know that the definition of normal is not comparing yourself to other people, but you always want to know if others do things you do. It makes you feel better?

It's OK that I let the dog eat off my fork, stick it in my food and keep eating. Why? Because I know other people do it. That makes it normal. Right?

When I'm at a red light, and it turns green, if I'm paying attention first, and see the light change, and get the urge to drive, but no one else is moving, I always second guess myself.

Then I go thru a mental evaluation process..I say to myself...self, is the light green? Yes. Green means go? Yes. And then I go. It never fails.

I don't know when I started doubting my ability to operate a vehicle but I can only suspect this gets worse with old age, and maybe I don't feel so much hatred towards old people and their crappy driving?

P.S. I have yet another massive blister from working out. Inside of it, is two more blisters. I am thinking of entering it into the guiness book. I thank Bob harper for saying to intensify a workout do it on an incline. I was blister free for months.


Anonymous said...

To funny. It really made my day a lot better.

Teena in Toronto said...

Blisters suck!

heather said...

i do not. i am one of those obnoxious people who gun it as soon as the light turns green because i get an immature thrill out of beating other people.