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Some broad thinking...

Updated on June 29, 2015

First off...

Well, I am 30 years old and renting my own apartment with some help from my parents till more money comes in. I just recently got into a car accident (which everything is taken care of, love insurance) so there is no car at the moment. But, looking for a job and maybe something extra. So I have a lot of time on my hands. I associaite with some of the people in my building some of the time, but most of the time I spend in my apartment thinking. I think about EVERYTHING. I think about things that are currently happening in the my family and my life, things that have happened in the past, what's going to happen to me in my future. I even think of things that make no sense at all and then remind my self to come back to reality. Don't get me wrong things (I think) are getting better. Working through some really rough and tough situiations with the law and life. But you begin to wonder with all this time on your hands is there something I'm mising.

Getting there...

Now, I have lived in or near the same place for a long time (since i was young) and hopefully you get to know something about how things work and are done. Here's where the broad thinking comes in, I was at the age of 20 diagnosed with the illness Bipolar. Now you don't live here, but I am begining to think the enforcement around here is either stupid to how you address the public or someone with an illness or are just plain mean. Don't get me wrong there are some that correctly speak to the people, but there are someone that are totally iliterit. My run ins with some of the officers ( some the same given a smaller town) have come to think (I feel again broad thinking) that, personally, I need to be talked to in some special way. Some of it i think is because they are older then I am and some I think is just plan rude. In other words I am a fan of the safety department and the work they do around here. Much needed. Then again could all add up to a misunderstanding or a bad night.


Another broad thought...

"He is the sexiest man..." Great, you talking about your husband right? Wait, your not. Oops. Here's the thought: your having marital issues and your youtubing unattainable men. Not sure if that is out of the box to think that maybe you should be reeling that urge in for a bit to see what the problem is in your marriage or just keep broadcasting how hot some guy is in front of your husband. This is my take on it. I would (even if the want to get back) be extra better and loving as his wife. Then if you really tried and he is still not right go crazy. No names, but if there is a problem don't you try and fix it. Maybe I need more help. To the ones this pertains to good luck.


One more thing.

Something that has been bothering me for a very long time Disrespect. I do it too. But, there is some types that are just convictable. I went somewhere today, to keep things personally lawful, and wittnessed someone disrespected for merely asking a good question. The question was needed to be asked because this person figured something was to happen that was and is very clear does not. This event happens like there is salt in the ocean. Not something like disrespecting someone because you thought or were disrespected. For example, police show up at my apartment late one night I get frustrated with the whole situation and shut the door on the officer. Currently and for a little while I have been thinking of how to apoligize for that, but twenty to one this other person never will. Disrespect is one of the worst crimes to ever be committed. Respect and be respected.


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