I am currently at a partygathering with some friends, and one of the guys here is telling stories about how he was stopped by/talks to people in cars who are angry… and responds to them with sarcasm.
I just don’t think that is a very productive way of dealing with people. You find it funny that is he angry, maybe, but until he can learn to productively deal with his negativity, you need to concentrate on how you deal with yourself and your own reactions to things, and your sarcastic reaction could be ruining his day.
This is my messy nonfiction library.
This is my fiction library.
I’m fixing my furniture layout, and purchasing/finding lots of plastic containers for organizational purposes. After I fix all of this, I hope to spend more time on my art. I have painting, a scrapbook, and clay sculpting to work with for the moment. I almost included writing but that is a separate category for me.
I bought four more books! Hold on, I’ll post a photo of my library…
This should not be misinterpreted, as I love having the ability to post my tumblr activity to Facebook, because it opens my work up to a new audience who may not otherwise be aware that I post here. However, what drives me mad when I see it is the fact that when it gets posted to the Book, the blurb doesn’t properly post its formatting. If you have paid attention to my work in the past, you will have noticed that I adore using formatting for emphasis.
It really helps to get my point across.
I wish I could say that this is my last driver’s education class, because my teacher in an old, racist, dick, but sadly I missed two, so I get to make them up two weekends in May. It’s all good! I’m not in any huge rush anyway.
So, there is that news! Here is some other news:
Things I Obtained This Week:
• 50” Toshiba D-LED
• A boyfriend
• A new desk
The End! I’ll be over here, learning why not to get into a head-on collision. I think it is because of the likelihood of death, let me check. Brb.