Thursday, April 22, 2010

Work is for suckers!

Work is for suckers! I hate working! In a perfect world, I'd have all the money I need, all the education required so I can do whatever it is I want to do. I hate my job! I know I'm supposed to love the job and all my loved ones tell me to do so, but I'm not gonna lie when I say I TRULY HATE MY JOB! I hate the fact that I have to get up early in the morning to come in and put a fake smile on my face. I hate that at my job, they have these people that can't wait to go to meetings everyday. Then they have the audacity to throw parties and expect ME to show up! Like I wanna hang out with these people AFTER work. I don't wanna hang out with you now, what makes you think I wanna hang out with you then! I have yet to find a job in which you like the people you work with. That only happens in movies. Let's get on thing straight, I come into work to put in my 8 hours to get my paycheck. I'm an artist. I'm searching for something like all artists do. I may work in an office, and I may be good at it which means I'm very good at faking, which is what 90 percent of people do when they're at work. Anyone who says differently is lying! I'm just pissed today, I'm pissed at my job, I'm pissed at my supervisor, I'm pissed at the universe for not granting my wishes, and I'm pissed at myself! I came in late today and I got chewed out from my supervisor which is understandable because I was supposed to be here on time which I wasn't but so what dammit, I don't feel like working today or anyway for that matter!

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Been gone a while...

I've been gone a long time. I've written, but it hasn't been on a computer,
I've just written in my diary, just a bunch of riff raff. What defines a 'writer'?
Is one considered a writer only when he/she has written numerous books? Or is a writer simply someone who is just a writer, say someone who just writes down ideas or thoughts, poems or stories? I'd like to consider myself a writer. I write feelings and thoughts almost all the time, it's just that no one really knows about them. Well I'm here right now at work and haven't written on this page for such a long time.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009


Well yes yes yes yes yes, we have our first African American president
and I have to say that I was in tears as I saw Barack Obama being sworn in!!
Almost 2 million people attended this event yesterday and you can best believe
that we will be talking about for the next 2 terms of his office!
My only wish is that Obama gets as much sleep as possible. I heard that he and
Michelle attended 10 innaugural ball last night. But didn't they look fantastic!!
Michelle looked stunning and Obama looked so cute and confident. Beyonce could of done a better job singing at last but hey, she wanted to do her part. My heart feels glad today and I'm so proud to be an African American! OBAMA YA'LL!!!

Monday, January 5, 2009

We're born to unlearn...

I had this conversation with my Father a couple of days ago. I've had this saying in my mind for a while now as well. I've discovered that we are all born to unlearn what we've learned. We're born pure. We learn, we get sad, we get mad, we get dissapointed, we get jealous, we grow to be envious. All these qualities are not Godlike qualities of the human existence. However, we've been taught all these traits not by fault, but just out of human nature of being learned and passed down generation to generation. The truth is ignorance is bliss. But I guess we have to learn in order to go through this thing called life. But at times the things that hurt become easier to bear once you understand that this is just a stage of life. We have many stages to perform on I believe. We should just relax and go through life and whatever we've learned that we don't like we can just unlearn it. The truth is it's easier said than done. That's why we're here to learn and unlearn.

Saturday, December 27, 2008

I really dont feel like writing anything today but I'll write because this is some very nice music and its relaxing me and I dont want to be in my apartment right now. So I'll just keep writing until something happens until I get inspired again. Yes yes yes I'll just keep on typing until the sun shines, until I get that call, yes I'm gonna conjure up something dammit. Today is Saturday and I'm gonna create, gonna create, yes yes yes, this is what aspiring writers do, they write until something happens until an idea pops up, well nothing yet, no Harry Potter novels here. Ok so what can a 35 years old goregeous woman write about that has no, ok thats more like it. Something was going wrong on my computer. so anyway i dont feel like even punctating write i dont care wirte now im just gona type until something happens POST!

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

When a Child Smiles..

When a child smiles at you and lights up your heart, take that as the most wonderful compliment in the world. A child is nothing but innocence, beauty and spirituality. They're the closest creatures to God. When they look at you and smile, that must mean that they see something in you that is still good, still pure, still innocent. It gives me a hope when a child smiles at me. It's like they are saying that we're still good and that we have a chance to make good things happen in the world. A child smiling at you is uplifting!

Monday, December 22, 2008

Red line train to Grosvenor

It's always a more pleasant ride home on the metro when I take the red line train to Grosvenor instead of Shady Grove. This is only understandable to us DC folk. Anywho, I work in DC but live out in MD and take the train in to the city daily. On the way back home which is White Flint Mall I have a choice to either take the red line to SG which is a nonstop ride home, or I can take the red line to Grosvenor which means I have to get off at G then wait for the other train to take me home. For some reason I choose to do it that on the way home during rush hour only because not very many people choose to take that route home so I get less people on those trains. It's so much more pleasant because I don't get all the tourist with their screaming kids, or the people chatting loudly on their cell phones. The ride is usually alot more quiet and that's the one I prefer. Yes, I may have to suffer a stop at Grosvenor but it's worth it to have the majority of my ride peaceful and not so crowded. Now I can only hope that not too many people catch on.