april 29th

spring is in the air... hoping to get a job, don't want to say it too loudly , for all the nasties out there who take pleasure in others' struggles...

hoping I can have custody back of my son from crazy alcoholic wife...
neighbors witnessed her getting drunk in her new car when she was careening to a certain DUI arrest... there was no stopping her...

finally she stops at convenience for a burrito...and her alcohol level was 1.3! ...

meanwhile get a stare that said everything from the nosy neighbor whose trailer always takes up his driveway... if I could read minds, and knowing his bullying instinct that was part of his job description, ..
\"hmmm he's back... what do I know about him so I can get him in trouble or cause him issues",
 (like when he showed up in court for BS Shitwaller, and the judge told him to sit down and shut up.)..

im sure if I have renters or squatters (like BA and others who burnt down the house before they finally left without paying rent for years, he will side with them, and talk shit as bullies love other bullies...
Im sure the nosy dick voted for Trump...


  1. Taking Things Personally

    by Madisyn Taylor

    Try not to take everything personally, things that people say and do don't always have anything to do with you.
    Every time you interact with others, you have the choice to listen to, acknowledge, and let go of their words, or you can take what they are saying personally. Taking things personally is often the result of perceiving a person's actions or words as an affront or slight. In order to take something personally, you must read negative intent in an individual's words or actions. But what people do and say has no bearing upon you and is usually based on their own experiences, emotions, and perceptions. If you attempt to take what they do or say personally, you may end up feeling hurt without reason.


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