Wednesday, May 4, 2011

What I’ve Learned in 36 Years

Here’s what I’ve learned in 36 years:

There will always be someone prettier,

smarter,

with more money,

and bigger boobs.

So don’t try to be better than anyone else and certainly don’t think you’re better than anyone else.  Love and accept yourself for who you are and not what you think you should be.  Someone out there thinks you’re awfully darn special and that someone should be YOU! 

[Sidebar:  In theory this blog should be over because that last line should be good enough, but alas this is reality so I’ll give you one more line.]

If all else fails call your mother because in her eyes you are the prettiest, smartest, richest, with the biggest … um SMILE! 

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yep xoxoxoxo G.

Chunky Monkey said...

Great post! Mom's are the best...I dont think we fully realize their sacrafice and love until we have little ones of our own.

Ron said...

you could always look in the mirror and tell yourself..."you're good enough, strong enough, and gosh darnit...people like you!"

-Stuart Smalley

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