So, I’m not perfect, this I know. I can be righteous and demanding, expecting more than most people are willing or able to give. I am annoying because I hold myself to the same standards and for the most part I make good, which can border on martyrdom. I am alternately fastidious and slovenly. I am woefully bad at geography, though a recent obsession the girls acquired that has us daily constructing the United States, has me doing much, much better in this arena. I have a frightfully bad memory, I mean like wave your hand before my face and say, “Weren’t you there, I mean right there with us? How can you not remember?”
All this said, here are a few things I’d like to say in what is probably seasonally inappropriate snarkiness—
I am grateful that I don’t lie.
I am grateful that I am not two-faced.
I am grateful that I know better.
I am so happy that I have the genuine friends that I do.
I am confident that the people that sparked this will get their just desserts.
I'm sorry that someone sparked this for you but am I snarky for wishing that they do get their just desserts? 😉
Don't you just hate it when we are forced to blog out our frustrations . . .
Wishing you peace as well, my friend . . .
I love all of this about you. so there.
Isn't it nice to know that who you are so closely resembles who you wanted yourself to be?
*hugs* Sorry that someone had wronged you.
Worse is when you are what you are and people use that against you. *sigh*
May Karma be swift.
Other people are stupid. At least that's what I've noticed.
I've found it's really difficult to be so right all the time when so many people around me are so frequently just wrong. 😉
Oh no! Karma is a bitch, I hope what goes around comes around to whomever brought it about.
Some people are just JERKS. Isn't it nice not to be one of them?
Ya'll are gems. I am fine. Just got a little caught up in the futile rage of schoolyard-type crap in real life. Home with a sick little one watching Vince Vaughn in a holiday movie. Life could be much, much worse!
People can suck. You don't.
This post was selected to be part of the December 14 edition of Gratitude Watch.
Thank you for promoting the value of gratitude, even if it was snarky gratitude.
(Hey … I thought it was funny.)