I have friends who have wonderful silly pictures of themselves and are always having fun. In eighth grade, Sister Mary Margaret gave us each personal notes. Mine said, "Billie, don't always be so serious." Everything is serious to me (with global implications to boot!). I can make jokes, usually make people laugh with my unconventional views normally uttered with slang that seems shocking to people, but neither my husband nor I could actually be called fun-loving people even though we do fun things and have high levels of energy. How do we change?
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Wakerra, drats, you mean now I have to give up being a night stripper (tee hee) How about during the daytime? I like your view. I AM caught in between the acceptance part and the "maybe I could change a bit" quandary. Great wisdom here, though
I want to go to another country! I hope my ship comes in before the dock rots, though. Thanks so much, Toptendeals (Hey, I better check your name out :)
Alise, thanks so much. A counselor recently told me that I need to stop listening to the radio when I'm working because bad news apparently creates a brain chemistry that leads to depression, so you're right! I appreciate the suggestions :) Cheers