Thursday, June 11, 2009

Walk Softly But Carry a Big Mouth!

I must say that I am quick to anger. Sad but true I get angry and spout off like nobodies business! I was angered the other day and used some choice words to convey the message. Made that person wish they'd never called! I need to take a course in speaking my mind without all the fur flying. I don't need to swear to make my point. Even though I was right in the incident I could have handled it better. I just hate being questioned about my integrity. I hate that others are treated unkindly, and I have a tendency to stick up for the underdog. I don't care for the self important, or blow hards as I like to call them. Everyone needs credit for the good that they do in life. So things don't always go your way, deal with it. I don't deal with compliments very well, but I feel that others need to be told that they are doing a great job. Especially if the powers that be don't let them know. Everyone needs to know that they are appreciated. I don't compliment on other things like kids, they're yours so I assume you think they're cute. Hair, you got the cut you must like it. You must think you look great in that outfit, you bought it. I hate the fact that some people are so needy they are searching for compliments, I think I'm a bit intuitive about that, and I don't play that game. If I see y0u are being oppressed by some bully I will tell you how great you are dealing with the creep. But hair clothes and kids? Sorry honey you're on your own!

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Must Be Hard to Be A Celebrity!

Tonight Craig and I took a cute couple from Australia (Martin and Elaine) to dinner in the Tree Room at Sundance. Not on our dime, it was through Craig's work, and entertaining clients. On the way up I said maybe you'll see Robert Redford! Now, I've never seen Robert Redford ever! I've heard he wasn't very good looking, but I didn't really know. As we exited the over priced restaurant we took a few pictures of the beautiful surroundings, and each other because we are beautiful in our own surroundings. Her husband was taking more pictures of the area. Craig was up a head, and I saw a honey blond, scraggly looking, wrinkly old man walking down the path. His head was down but I recognized that hair, and I said "LOOK" you wanted to see him and here he is. Mind you I was holding out my arm, and pointing like I was announcing the Queen of Sheba. He raised his head and said "Hi" promptly dropped his mop top again and went on his merry way, as my friend asked a "photo please". He just kept walking! I think about me announcing in a joking way, and pointing in such a way someone would point out a monkey at the zoo! I was kind of feeling a bit like a paparazzi, and not very respectful of his solitude. So, sorry Robert and here's a bit of advice, sunscreen!