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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

No, I'm NOT being a smart-aleck... I'm talking before I explode

I'm rather tired of getting trouble for little things... I forget something and it seems like all I hear is "You know you were supposed to do that. Why are you forgetting stuff so often? Maybe you need to stay off the computer." Yes, I know I'm forgetful, but it has nothing to do with the computer. I don't know why I'm forgetting stuff, but I also don't know why it's so horrible...
This is part of what stresses me out... always getting in trouble for stuff (I know, I know, I need to not be so forgetful...) and always having a bunch of stuff I should do, never getting anything done or not getting it done on time... and then never hearing the end of it.
And then people always think I'm complaining or arguing with them when I'm not.

So yeah, I'm rather mad at life today >_< Hopefully it'll go away tomorrow, and at least we have awana anyway.

Grr, I kinda just want to turn my radio up as loud as it goes without killing the speakers, but I'd probably get in trouble for that, or somebody would ask what kind of junk I'm listening to --it's Relient K at the moment, but metal doesn't sound half bad right now :P
Or sit in my room on the computer for the rest of the night, but I'd get in trouble for that.

Don't worry, I don't have evil parents or anything... but sometimes I feel like they're overdoing it. Or something.
But what I think in a mood like this really doesn't matter anyway, so you can probably ignore that thought :P

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2 comments:

A HopeFul Romantic said...

Go ahead and vent...I've had soo many days where it all seems to go wrong! Praying tomorrow is better!
By the way...maybe you could try like post it notes, and put them in obvious places you can't miss...I do that, and it helps a lot. =D

Paradox said...

I know what you mean! Usually, my mind is like a steel sieve. =P

I suspect that our parents are very similar. I've gotten the "Why don't you remember stuff?!" talk more times than I care to remember. When I feel like it's unjust or I have some other quibble with life, I try to meditate on Scriptures like Rom. 8:28. Once I'm suitably mollified, I'll move toward the uncomfortably convicting stuff, like Rom. 13:1-2 and Phil. 2:14.

So I don't know if that helps at all. I hope it does! =)

And thanks for being so honest. It's really refreshing.