Things I thought about while at work tonight

“Well, there’s nothing like putting a kid down for bed to quell any momentary delusions I might have been suffering about rethinking my ‘no babies’ stance.”
(Though it was suuuuper cute when I said, “Goodnight. Sleep tight. Don’t let the bedbugs bite.” And the kid’s response was, “Okay, I won’t. There won’t be any bedbugs biting in here!”)

If there is one correct religion, then why is it that when people pray to be shown the way, they’re not all shown the same thing? Is the devil leading them astray? Wait, can the devil tap your prayers?? Is there like a metaphysical Patriot Act???

While no adult should be held responsible for the actions of another adult, I think that when you support things like

and say things like

then you need to take responsibility for the fact that the things you say, even if you did not intend them that way, can create a culture of justified violence.
(I didn’t find this out until I got home but the 9 yr. old girl who was killed, Christina Green, was an aspiring politician and her birthday was 9.11.01.)

Nausea, please leave me alone.

Should I take a nap? Would that be weird if they came back and I was totally asleep?

“And I know it was me who called it over
But, I still wish you’d fought me ’til your dying day
Don’t let me get away…”

Get out of my life John Mayer!

I should send out my applications next week.

I need more bilingual friends.

About J.

A former twentysomething with a head full of curls and heart full of questions wondering: when we get to nirvana, will there be food?
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2 Responses to Things I thought about while at work tonight

  1. Natalie says:

    I’m bilingual!
    I think the reason God doesn’t show everyone the same answer to the same question is for the same reason we don’t all wear the same size. Everyone needs something different in their paths to…wherever it is we’re going. I’d like to think there’s a singular objective for all of us on this earth, but that we each have an incredibly unique path to get there. I think God knows that and gives us each unique answers suited to our individual needs.

  2. J. says:

    Hahaha you are so cute! The days I spent in bed, I brushed up on my Italian ma non ho…umm, anyone…con chi posso parlare–though all romance language speakers are welcome 😉
    I agree about everyone being on a unique path. I wish more people felt that way.

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