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July 31, 2008


more cows than people

well said. it is good to have you back.


When I encounter folks like that... tt makes me wonder... how they avoid having a stroke as soon as they get out of bed.

You are soooo right... the anger just isn't worth it. I can remember being an angry driver... flipping people off... but now I just mutter under my breath... and I'm working on not even letting it bother me. I don't know if I'll ever get there... but I'm trying.

Kerri PD

ah indeed - such truth. here is my struggle - it is easy to see that anger in others but not so much in myself! but i'll keep trying


I hear you, KerriPD. A few years ago I was furious and yelling at a driver in front of me. They didn't make the turn or something. I can't remember why i was so mad. Anyway, when the light turned, they went into the church parking garage. It was a church member. Fortunately, she had not seen me yelling at her. It did make me stop yelling at people near the church. :) But still, it is sometimes hard to check your own anger.

Steve Lindsley

I chuckled with your "universal sign." I remember doing that once in a similar situation - based on their reaction I think they thought I was blowing it off as no big deal. Which, of course, made them more angry.

If someone comes up with a sign that basically says, "I'm so sorry, I screwed up, my bad, forgive me," let me know and I'll add it to my repertoire!

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