A description of what it is like to be me. In my head...in my world...what I think...what I do...how i poo...but never why...and never about pie...
I have been in Italia for one week and 3 days now. I spent the 1st day just on the outskirts of Roma, eating twice at a delicious restaurant walking distance from my Hotel Capanelle called Piazzetta del Gusto. The pasta was fresh and homemade and the wine was cheap and all was deliciouso! The 2nd day I drove to Pescara and found a medevil vecchio village in Monte Silvano that overlooked the Adriatic Sea. Molto Bueno! It was very windy that day but very nice outside, just cool enough to wear a light jacket. I took many nice photos and videos which I promise will litter this blog once I get home.
I wonder what makes people think it's okay to cancel plans at the last minute? Here's the rub, I made definitive plans with someone, got out of my shift at work to attend this event, and 30 minutes before it starts, I am told that they already had plans with someone else and that they have to cancel. Great. Thanks. I possible could have asked someone else to attend this event with me had I ample notice. What exactly is it about me and my personality/character that makes you think it is perfectly acceptable to flake out at the last minute? This isn't the 1st time either. Lesson: never make plans with this person ever again? How can I let this person know in a positive way that they are continuously hurting my feelings, disappointing me, & pissing me off simultaneously? I have refrained from going off on a verbally abusive belittling rampage like I initially wanted to, because as we all know, it will do no good in the end and actually would probably cause some serious damage to our relationship. So I ask you, world wide webbernet, with all your tubes & wires & such...WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
In Nashville, in Hillsboro Village on 21st Avenue, people stand outside the Pancake Pantry in a line that wraps around the building everyday for hours to eat at this place.
So, there is this new law in Georgia that states:
But I think there are some obvious holes in this...
Don't get me wrong, I agree that texting and driving is dangerous and since most people can't drive well in sunny dry conditions; except for me of course; it is a smart law to make since people obviously need guidance & direction from the government that tells them how to live safely in society.
So, I have a few questions...
1) If I am stopped at a red light, not driving, not actually "operating" the motor vehicle in question, and I send or read a text, am I violating this law?
2) There are a lot of people who rely on their GPS device to guide them to their destination because they are either directionally challenged, or in a unfamiliar town. This device is usually mounted (insert Bevis & Butthead laugh here) somewhere in the car. I, however, use my google maps app on my blackberry device, also a GPS, so if I am looking at it to guide me, am I in violation of the law? And if so, how come the people who look away from their driving to watch their GPS are NOT in violation and I am?
Doesn't seem to gel with me.
So there it is. Thoughts?
"Governor Perdue has signed two new distracted driving bills into law, Senate Bill 360 and House Bill 23."
Wow! So this guy Scott Simons, who I met a few months ago at 3rd & Lindsley in Nashville after Bleu performed his amazing tricks and songs, started this thing called "Wednesday Wallbombing" on his facebook page. He randomly picks a "fan" and writes an original song and about them based on their facebook profile and posts it on you tube and guess who was randomly picked yesterday? That's right, yours truly! Here it is! I like it, it's catchy, and, well, who wouldn't want a song written about them? It's actually been a secret wish of mine for a long time...