Press Conference

January 28, 2009

Ladies and gentleman of my blog.

Many of you may have noticed that I wrote a topic a couple days ago known as “E-Thuggin”. The purpose of this blog was to let people know that instead of being vicious rumor spreaders, that they should talk things out. unfortunately, a couple of people stumbled across this blog and decided to add their 2 cents.

At first, I entertained it because at first I thought the person was a satirical representation of the topic at first. It was made known that this was a real person when the “father” of this “child” started to verbally question me and my motives.

I have decided that I am going to be locking this specific topic. 

I want to apologize to all those who may have been offended, and wasted their time reading this thread.

I also want to apologize for feeding into this back and forth with this young person. I will do my best to uphold the Rules and Regulations of this blog,  and not let something like this happen again. 

Thank you for your time.

Blogmaster.

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Status Watch Intro

January 28, 2009

Trying something new… 

Since I’m on facebook all the time often, I figured I’d watch people’s statuses, and the funny/interesting ones will find their way here. I will be keeping them as i see them except for inappropriate language…  oh and names, I’ll just use initials. 

If the whole “status thread” is good enough, it might find it’s way here too… You have until Friday (1/30) to impress and amaze.

Thanks to Fish #7 for the inspiration

P.s. if you see a funny status on your friends status. send me an email (via facebook or Dmilano23@gmail.com) and i’ll hold it for consideration


The Little Things

January 28, 2009

Hey, I decided to crash the blog again to share a warm and fuzzy with you all.

This morning, I went about my usual routine of running myself all over the place to get ready for work and praying that I don’t miss the bus. I’m exhausted from working all these overtime hours again, but I still manage to function.

I arrived at the station close to 7am (I don’t normally have to be at work that early) and sat down near the nice, blind dude that I see every morning  that I have to catch the bus that early.

Then the nicest thing happened: One of my favorite bus drivers came over to the blind man and gave him a rose. She said that she picked from a bush at her house and was giving it to him as thanks for riding her bus.

I almost cried. It was a simple gesture but the kindness in it was so overwhelming that it immediately brightened my day.

Our bus arrived and as usual, I let the blind gentleman get on before me. When I was getting off the bus, he told me to have a great day and told him to have a wonderful day, too. I guess I was surprised that he noticed that it was my stop or remembered my voice from always telling the bus drivers to have a nice day. That was part 2 of my warm and fuzzy moment.

I honestly wanted to share this because I was so stressed out, tired, depressed, and overall, worn down that I almost ignored the little things that make life so freakin’ sweet. You never know how much a kind word or gesture could make someone’s day, even if you only witness it.