Sunday, September 21, 2008
I had an idea for a story.
It's called Friday Night in Heaven, Saturday Night in Hell.
It is about all the fun the people/angels in heaven miss out on
when it is Friday night. They are jealous of the humans
and wish they could go dancing and get drunk
and get laid or go to the movies and eat candy, popcorn and drink pop.
What about going out on a date at a fancy restaurant
or to the prom or have a sleepover at your friends house and tell ghost stories
and talk about certain people and how horny you get when you are around them.
Then there is Saturday Night in Hell.
All the people/devils in there are wishing they could go to church.
They wish they could sit through a long boring sermon
or sing an off key version of a religious song.
How about having that person behind you that has the 3 year old
that they are constantly shushing while he/she asks why that old lady smells funny?
Don't forget to bow your head and pray.
Anyway, that is my idea. If any of you out there steal my idea,
may your days on earth be filled with joy and harmony.
You might be hoping to go to church someday for eternity.
PS. I don't believe in heaven or hell. However, I know some of you do.
Saturday, September 13, 2008
Remember cartoons and sugary cereal?
Remember playing outside in the open air with your friends?
Remember having almost nothing to do except whatever you wanted?
Remember when the hardest thing you had to do was clean your room?
Even though I have a whole bunch of things to do do I kind of feel that way today.
I can get things done at home. I don't have to go to work.
The sun is shining and it's not too hot or too cold.
I got to sleep in until 7:30(woo hoo)(big deal huh?)(Well, 7:30 felt REALLY good)
I've had my coffee and I am about to have some breakfast.
Then I get to do whatever I want to do.
I hope you are having a great day.
My antidepressants must be working!
Good morning Lorie, and Mark and colie.doll, and Sunny, and all the people in China and
all the people everywhere else and all the "whatever you are" on other planets out there.
Maybe I need less coffee...
Sunday, September 7, 2008
Last week was the first week of school for Alex and Sunny.
After that we had to go to a wedding in Seattle.
So, to say the least, we've been very busy.
The wedding was way over the top expensive.
Sunny and I got married by a JP.
It cost $35.
That's not to say that people shouldn't pay a lot for a wedding.
It's not the wedding that's important.
It's the marriage.
Even with that, there are no guarantees in life.
Do you know of one?