Thursday, May 17, 2007

I should be watching The Office, but instead...

I'm so jealous that Sideon and SML got to meet!! Seriously, I'm festering. There are few people on the planet who can bring out the boiling passion in me like Sideon can. :)

Guys, I'm sick of my life. I'm sick at the fact that some friendships are gone and I don't blog anymore. I'm sick that I never feel like seeing anyone because I'm positive that either they will judge me or they will be weird because of drastic changes in my life.

What can I do?

6 comments:

Rebecca said...

Blog more, and eat more ice cream. I'm just sayin'...

AZ Awakening said...

Just be the person you are and or becoming. I like what Amy had to say on her blog about how personal change and growth changes our relationships with other people.

Bishop Rick said...

If you are sick of your life, then its time to make a few changes. Nothing drastic, just a few suttle changes that end up improving the overall. Get rid of some unneeded clutter/static. Get out more (if this is possible). Hell there are lots of us right here in Utah Valley. Let's do lunch sometime. Nobody gives a shit about that other stuff. You shouldn't either.

Sideon said...

Hi hi - back in the blogosphere! This is twice now I've been on Utah soil and not been able to see you. It'll happen by the end of September! (and no, don't get me going on any Green Day songs, please! Argh!)

I've been very very lucky that in the trips of the last several months I've been able to meet some fellow bloggers. I should be completely jealous of you folks who are in the Zion beltway and your righteous exMo parties - and I am!

Hugs to you!

Just one of many said...

E-mail me so we can chat!! I am up to my eyes in bullshit!

Sister Mary Lisa said...

Well, this is embarrassingly late. Just to say that I'd meet you in a heartbeat if I could. I wish you'd made it to our exmo get-togethers a few weeks ago! I'd have LOVED to meet you.

I like the advice BR gives. A minor change here or there can sometimes make all the difference. And don't worry what anyone thinks of you. It's YOUR life, and they should be focusing on their own lives, not yours.

Peace.