Wednesday, May 19, 2010

i'm not too blind to see this time.

I'm on this kick lately where I just say what I feel.
To people.
It's kind of odd since I've never done that before.
It's liberating in a sense, but then it gets you in to trouble.
Now, there are several people that I would never tell them how I feel, but I'm getting better.
We can't expect miracles over night.

But then when you tell people how you feel you can never really fully expect the response. That's why I like when other people tell me how they feel so I can have more control of the situation.

And there are several things you could do to make this situation better. I'm just saying.
Maybe a little better, because I'm not done. Well, I am, but I'm not.


  1. Hi Kristen,

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    Best Regards,

  2. First, Howard seems weird. Did you fill out that survey?
    Second, I think it's like a sickness, but a good one, that is going around--this whole telling people the truth business. I've acquired it too over the last few months. I'm like a whole new girl or at least like Jim Carey in Liar, Liar, because I'm suddenly incapable of telling one. Isn't it refreshing?