Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Thoughts Surrounding Today...

Do you ever just think...

What the hell am I doing??!?!?!

**Update**
To those for which I'm a "role model" consider "hell" to read "heck"...and thank you for your time!

Here is a quote I came up with late this evening and am adding to this blog. I think it is a good thought that has some deeper meaning if you think about it and apply it to other life settings. It kind of puts my thoughts from today into a perspective that is geared toward a more positive outlook:
"Sometimes it takes stepping in the dog crap in order to get it cleaned up."

**Update**
As someone who looks up to me, be appreciative of the usage of "crap" in this quote.

5 comments:

sHaMrOcK said...

Wow Kimberly Rae Smith--being a former officer of GATA and role model to many, I would bever expect to hear such vulgarity out of your mouth. You go wash your mouth out with soap and talk to me when you're done.

FeedingYourMind said...

Shamrock: if you only KNEW the editing that the thoughts for this blog underwent to become what it presently is, you'd be more appreciative of the final product.

Sorry to let my flaws shine through on this blog, but i suppose my "role modelees" must see it at some point....

sHaMrOcK said...

Hey you know, I'm just looking out for you man! You know I love ya. I'm sorry if you are having a bad time right now. Let me know if you want to talk about it. Better days are ahead my friend!! :)

~Naye

Ellison said...

As my role model, I am extremely dissapointed in your use of profanity. What the hell were you thinking? Just kidding...just between you and me-I've heard you say worse:)

It sounds like you're kind of down right now, friend. Just remember these two things: What doesn't kill you makes you stronger...and...This too shall pass. You got this under control, man. Kick the hell out of it!

GITCHA said...

If it makes you feel any better Kim, I often have this thought running through my mind, especially this week:

"This isn't my life"

It isn't as entertaining or meaningful as Hell, but gives somewhat of a description of my work meeting.