Tuesday, April 15, 2014


I don't like most of the lyrics that are pushed on the pre-teen scene - gobbled up by little minds who think it's the end-all-of-expressionism.  And regardless of the song, it all seems to end with a party - or some major event going on tonight.

It doesn't matter what's happened in the past... what mistakes I made... how I failed... how someone else failed me.  Because tonight I'm going to look amazing and keep the beat pumpin'!

Little minds fail to realize the incredible short-sightedness of this vision.

Because tomorrow always comes.  Daylight always creeps through closed blinds.  And the problems that existed the day before are astonishingly still there

It's a rite of passage into maturity.  Can you survive the bubble of implausible and senseless thinking?  Or will you sink into a shallow, stagnant pond of absurdity?

(Please let my kids be in the first category... please let my kids be in the first category... please let my kids be in the first category...)

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