I try my best not to get involved with drama, because I dislike drama. I want everyone to be cooperative, friendly and encouraging to others. Not that many people do that in this world.
She supports my vision.
This is why I love her.
Joanna lives in a town far away from her parents because I have a career here. She has sacrificed so I might flourish. She encourages me to be better every day and is the first one to tell me when I have failed & hug me afterwards.
Isn’t that what we need in our world? Someone who has a positive attitude, somebody who wants to leave it all on the floor? We can shake our fist at school cliques, but they are what life is all about.
Life is about the haves and the have-nots, the people with a gold, silver and bronze spoon in their mouths and those of us who bust our ass doing work that nobody wants to do, but does somebody has to do it.
As a kid, I was terrible in sports, I wouldn’t shut up and I did not have anything that I could call a significant sports success. I could tell you about leading the pony league of baseball in walks, strikeouts and being hit by pitch but that delays my point.
I don’t remember any of the strikeouts today. None of them. I don’t remember the disappointments of my father, if he had any, that I wasn’t going to be a superstar. Because that wasn’t important to me or to my family.
I let a day go by after the game, trying to think of the nice way to put it, but it is time to rip the band aid off this season. The Red Raiders aren’t that good. Yes, they seem to be good against Little Sisters of the Poor and …
today I was greeted by the rudest, angriest, nastiest woman next to an ex girlfriend. She got mad at ME because I called HER out on getting MY order wrong. Now, I am one of the most easiest going guys around, but when I come to your place and expect to get what I ordered when I ask for it, when YOU get it wrong, you shouldn’t suggest that I go somewhere else.
Recently I was in a restaurant when two people came in to play the game, “I’m better than everyone else.” This is the game where they flaunt their wealth, their knowledge and their ignorance.
From discussing how they “really didn’t need to work, but if they didn’t,” they would spend “all day watching the maid clean,” to how “ignorant people are allowing this country to fall,” to snidely talking about the waitress, “I don’t care about her short hair or her tattoos.” They filled the room with their tripe.
#102558339 / gettyimages.com On the way to work I got to see that wonderful Lubbock driver. The one that is driving too fast, weaving in and out of lanes and being a danger to all of us on the roads in my rear view mirror. As he tried to pass …
have to leave it all out on the course. So yesterday I was privledged to play in the Children’s Home of Lubbock Golf Championship. I hadn’t played for over 3 years and it showed. So before I started I got some tips from Long Drive Hall of Famer Bobby Wilson. …
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