Monday, September 14, 2009

Little lessons

This is my lesson for the week: not everyone is going to like you. (And by you, I mean "me.") If you stand up for what you believe in and say what you think is important to say, there will be people who don't like you for it. This is especially true of those of us who are INTP (Introvert, Intuitive, Thinking, Perceiving) who forget to couch things in a nice way most of the time, and when they do say things in a nice way, it sounds sort of sarcastic. Even if they (and by that I mean "I") do not mean to be sarcastic.

So now I find that something far more important than I am is dependent on my ability to: 1) not take things personally even if I'm told I'm a witch and/or I'm going to hell, 2) speak in a non-sarcastic kind way and still make my point, and 3) not threaten to have anyone knee-capped.

I am pretty sure I am at the end of my rope. I am going to have to write my murder novel soon, or else ... I don't know... maybe paint my kitchen.

Send good thoughts my way, please. And if anyone can help me turn someone into a newt...

2 comments:

Martha said...

Good vibes and loving thoughts sent your way and I can't change anyone into a newt but one of my most favorites in the mal juju department is to think that this person will never 1.get it up if he's a guy or 2.never get laid or have an "O" male or female.
I know I am not nice, but ah well, I know not everyone is going to like me either and that is just too g.d. bad and totally their effing problem. Thank goodness we have each other and you like me though I'm a FB slacker.

Kim said...

LOL - were you talking about you or me? My husbands claims I am a bit sarcastic with the kids and that upsets them.... and if you get the newt thing down please let me in on it.
Good vibes going your way and hay you can always write your novel about murdering those that annoy you.