Can you recall any childhood incidences that could perhaps be at the bottom of these emotions? Perhaps your father was unduly harsh? Your mother told you to clean your room too often? We're all friends here.
I've been pondering all day. Last week I decided that on Monday I would write a Travel Hub complete with pictures about our trip to the lake over the 4th. Then I went to Hell Lake and I can't seem to write anything about the trip that doesn't have a negative intonation. PS Hell Lakes is not really the name of the lake of of an overall view of the weekend.
How about this? My so-called best friend didn't invite me, or my daughter, to her daughter's 1st birthday party because she has another friend who doesn't like me, and she knew I would understand being snubbed better than the other friend.
I have a similar situation - where 2 good friends of mine used to be very close, but now barely speak. I still invite them both to functions. How they deal with it, or whether they choose to attend is up to them. They're adults - they can sort out their own problems.
That's what I said. I would never make a scene at a baby's birthday. That would be more petty than I can be. She said she trusted me, it was the other friend she worried about. Does that make any sense at all???
Maybe you should down-grade her from being 'best friend', as she seemed to have valued her other friends feelings above yours. She should have invited you both and had enough trust that you would both be polite to each other at her party. You deserve better - have a good howl and let it all out!
I have no job, cannot find a job, nobody will find me a job, I have no money, nobody will give me money, I gotta have some stuff, nobody will buy me no stuff....whaaaaaaaaaaaaah haaaahaaaaa....whhhhhhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
I hate writing for a living. I used to have this great job writing articles for massive loot on theology. Then one day they decided that they no longer needed writers. Now i'm stuck doing tech-specs on computers and electronics..which sounds fun until you do it! I make way less money and it seems like i work all day every day!
Can you believe that media spectacular that called a memorial service. I am probably the only one on the planet that did not watch a minute of it. I think MJ was one of the greatest entertainers of all time, but he also needed a lot of help. I saw little honor for him in a musical bash that gave a bunch of has been singers another shot. It was just too much and they are not done yet. The specials roll on as people rake in more and more money off one man's death. This has been a post-mortem gold mine for the media. The only ones really sad are is immediate family and the old man is only sad because he lost his cash cow.
I didn't see it either. I refused to watch the spectacle. I did read a write-up on some of the kind words Brook Shields had to say though. Apparently Michael was thinking of the children, even in death. She told the media he planned to donate his body. Since it was made up of about 90% plastic, they are going to melt it down and make LEGO's out of it, so the kids can play with him for a change...
No one has forgotten them. They were big but did not have the influence that Michael Jackson did in today's pop culture. There is also a difference when people die of old age or of a long-standing illness than so suddenly. I was more effected because it brought back memories of my childhood rather than anything else.
And about the spectacle, look at all the money people made off of Elvis after he died. I guess that's just the way it is.
That being said, I don't want to hear any more about Michael Jackson in the media!