Am I the only person who feels weird calling people when I have nothing important to say?
So I guess I’m not a real friend =(
Source: Stuff No One Told Me
I took my niece to the playground today, and there was a little boy who went home without his bike and jacket.
Naturally, as most people would, I took his bike and jacket to his house. He was still playing in the garage so I told him that I’ll leave it in the garage for him and he nodded. As I was walking out of his garage, his mom and grandma came home. I smiled, but all they did was gave me the death glare.
WTF. I’m not trying to break into your house or steal your things. I had my niece with me so it’s not like I’m going to try anything stupid.
Now suck it, douchebags.
Most times, even a lifetime wouldn’t be enough.
Remember my post a while about about human breast milk cheese?
Well folks, now there’s human breast milk ice cream!!!!
A shop in London called The Icecreamists, founded by Matt O’Connor, is confident that this “miracle of motherhood” will take off.
I chuckled when I read that Victoria Hiley, one of the 15 women who donated their breast milk, said “What could be more natural than fresh, free-range mother’s milk in an ice cream? And for me it’s a recession beater too - what’s the harm in using my assets for a bit of extra cash”.
I can’t speak for everyone, but when I hear “free-range”, I think of chicken.
Read the full article here: Calgary Herald
Yeah that is also true. I’m more sitting on the fence on this subject because I definitely tilt both ways depending on circumstances.
Um……ALRIGHT, I’ll stop lying. (So the truth comes out!)
I’m definitely a person that depends more on e-mails and texts now, and avoid calling people if I can get around it. But at the same time, I’ve been able to talk to people I would never get a chance to otherwise without technology (you, old friends whom I’ve lost contact with, etc.).
So like everything else, there’s a pro and con to everything, and I guess it’s up to us to find the balance (and not be lazy)?
Yes, you heard me.
This constant interaction with the people I follow and my followers continue to astound me.
Another plus to this technologically infused society, and another rebuttal for those who argue for the demise of human society via technological advances.
I’m not this interactive in real life, I tend to shy away from people.
I love this, and I love you all.
littlejoyfulthing asked: Where do you work?! That sounds terrible! :( Fun is completely necessary at the work place!
I work for the public health care system here in Alberta, Canada.
I probably shouldn’t be naming my employer, I might get fired if someone finds this, eek! haha (and the darn thing is that it’s happened before…yup)
I shouldn’t blame the system, really. It’s mainly the people I work with. People that are so dissatisfied with their own lives so they have to make other people just as miserable as them.
I agree with you, fun is necessary! And that is the reason why I’m still having fun at work despite their death-rays through their beady little eyes!
P.S. You have a beautiful voice =)
I had to take the bus to work today, and during my 2 and a half hour commute I observed:
1) Neighbors of 4 houses out shoveling snow and not interacting with each other.
2) A dog almost getting ran over by a car.
3) A nice young man switching out of priority seating when an elderly couple entered the bus.
4) A frail tiny elderly woman shoveling her own side walk and no one helping her.
5) A car getting stuck in the middle of an intersection.
I haven’t people watched for a while, and it saddens me to see just how little interaction people have with each other and the world in general.
Dwindling warmth and hardened hearts.