Is it really civilized to party? I thought to be civilized was to be reserved. It's barbarism that makes people go wild and do stupid stuff. I mean, I suppose little things, like having a friend over, or going to your mom's house, those aren't bad, not what I meant. I meant with you start drinking and stuff that's when it turns bad.
And I guess there is a fine line between taking chances and being stupid. My first kiss was at 18 and only with two guys, one who ended up being my husband. And my biggest regret? The first guy. When I was a kid I was a kid. I knew being a kid didn't mean having bfs and gfs, I knew there was no way to marry at 14. And I knew that by time I was an adult and could marry I wouldn't be interested in the guys I was at 14. Sure I had crushes, but I didn't do anything about them. I saw all my friends being stupid and worrying about boys and I didn't care. I had fun, I did kid things, I played kid games, I read kid books, I tried to better my future life, I tried to work towards my future as an adult. I knew if I was patient and waited and plotted and schemed I would get my idea of the perfect guy and anything less didn't deserve my attentions. My husband had to work at it for five months before I finally started talking with him and realized he was an ok guy and decided, sure, why not. So, some chances I guess ARE good.
But I also suppose this isn't really the thread for that...
For New Years I wrote something very out of character and optimistic. (gracious, I almost didn't remember how to spell that word...) I'm not posting it cause I'm shy about it though. This year in review was very boring. Almost nothing worth noting happened. And, yes, I slept through midnight. No need to start off a fresh new year with no sleep. Besides, I always work New Years Day. Holiday pay, you know.
Reality doesn't care if you believe in it.
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