Ever have that feeling that you want to talk to someone but you just can't think of anything to say? That pretty much explains my blog absence for the last little while, which a few people have mentioned/questioned. Sorry, it's just been one great big "I've have nothing to add to that" moment around here. I still love the kids at school (except for the days when I can't stand them), there's nothing monumental going on in our lives (unless you count Luke's schedule changing so he gets off at 10 instead of midnight, which we see as kind of a big deal), and I haven't had any particularly philosophical moments to ramble on about (a side effect of end-of-the-year burnout, I'm thinking).
So I suppose this post is mostly just to assure everyone that we're still alive . . . and also (just a little) to celebrate the wonderful feeling you get when you discover that lots of people agree with you on something when you thought you were the only one who felt that way. Shockingly, I'm not in the mood to rant (I must be really burned out!) but maybe I will be by the time comments start rolling in, lol.
Anyway. I shall just make my two little points and leave you all to duke it out. Or unfollow me, as the case may be. (although I hope that doesn't happen!)
I totally agree with this, it's kind of really horrible and probably is going to do more harm than good in the long run. And some people really need to get this kind of grip on reality and stop judging people they don't even know.
And this? Unnecessary, disrespectful to the artist, and more than a little hypocritical.
Well . . . it'll be nice to see who still talks to me this time next week, lol.
P. ost S. cript
Title says it all. The mind, she is boggled.