Thursday, December 10, 2009

Humble Pie

Sometimes, expressing yourself on a bad day isn't the best choice; especially if how you feel in that moment is different from how you'd feel under normal circumstances.

As always, you live, learn, and try to avoid making poor choices -- choices that hopefully become fewer and fewer as time passes. However, for me, if there's one thing never gets easier, it's forgiving yourself for making them. Especially when the consequences have an impact far beyond what you could've imagined.

"Our lives are like the course of the sun. At the darkest moment there is promise of daylight." - The London Times

Sometimes, all you can do is keep reassuring yourself of this, and press on.


  1. Ahh so true, I've said a few things I wouldn't while having a bad day. How ya been, whats new? Any news about NYC and the job hunt?

  2. Doing good my friend, despite some occasional drama. Having your vents documented vs. just verbalized has its perils (people pass judgement without context or perspective).

    Anyway, it'll be a long process for many reasons, but I have steps laid out to make it happen. If I'm lucky and things go my way, I could be a NYer in 12- 15 months.

  3. that is so true, you might say something you'll regret later on.. nice blog!

    thanks for visiting mine!