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I want off this ride!

Thursday, March 25, 2010

(This is a rant) Everyday seems to go the same, I get on a merry go round. Not much changes from day to day.The lessons I thought I learned are in front of me again!
Today as I was wondering this to myself ,then I heard the person next to me say," here we go again'
and the person on the other side say " and so it begins"
I about jumped out of my skin, I wasn't the only one who felt this way!
Reading Spark has made me want more then the Merry go round!
I want off this Merry go round- I want a whole new ride!
Please dont mind my my rant!
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  • no profile photo CD6889667
    Knowing what you don't want is just as important as knowing what you do want. You are making great steps forward! Good for you! emoticon
    3784 days ago
  • SHERRY257
    Yes, I love my merry go round ride! About the time I get comfortable it changes to a roller coaster! Oh well, keep ranting--it keeps me thinking! Take care, friend!
    3784 days ago
  • no profile photo WHISPER491
    Some days it all seems so useless but then when I get off of the treadmill and actually feel like doing something instead of "sleeping" I say "wow, this is worth it. I have more energy now than ever and when I leave the Y I can even deal with a 6-year old grandson, now I say.........that's progress...............LOL.
    3785 days ago
  • no profile photo CD6063397
    Leting it out...gets rids of it for the moment...Hang in there and you will see results later down the road....
    Ranting is good for-- letting stress out...

    3785 days ago
  • MARENAMOO
    Rants are good - take it out on the keyboard instead of food. Yes there is a lot of boredom and sameness in the world but then you open your eyes and look around and it can be beautiful. I hope you see a different view tomorrow.
    3785 days ago
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