Wednesday, October 18, 2006

At This Point...

Since I'm vying for the crown of "QUEEN OF TRANSPARENCY", or, at the very least a decent looking tiara (no sash please), I thought I'd share today's amusement.

The latest "drama" that occurred last weekend between Tdub and I (sorry, no details forthcoming.....so much for transparency) partially culminated in some email exchanges today in which I stated something to the effect of....

At this point, pain is a relative thing.

I related this to a friend today who died laughing upon hearing it. Which is a good thing. If I can't find humor in a situation......it's BAAAaaaDD.

The other gem or a moral I stumbled inadvertantly upon while responding (or reacting) to email today was....

Rule of Thumb....Honesty, in the long run, brings less pain than deciept.

Maybe I'm supposed to turn all of this into animal story fables and write morals to go with them. Who knows. It's worth a try, I guess.

If I could so impose upon my commenters to share your own "morals".....please do. :)
It'll be fun.

love and grace,
pam


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5 comments:

Peterson Toscano said...

No morals to share, but I must agree, "Honesty, in the long run, brings less pain than deceipt."

robert said...

Yep, I agree. It generally holds true that deceit will bite you in the posterior and the truth will set you free -- I just wish I could remind myself to apply this lesson more. ;-)

kurt_t said...

Share morals? That does sound like fun!

I'm big on natural foods, so I'm always telling my friends, "Never ingest a chemical your species didn't evolve with."

And when they get on me for cooking with too much saturated fat, I always say, "Something's gonna kill you. It might as well be something you like."

Now that I think of it, most of my morals seem to be food-related.

grace said...

Thanks guys!
And thanks for playing Kurt...you're good at it.

How about.... "Don't eat yellow snow." I remember that one from my childhood. Lame, I know. ;)

Anonymous said...

Steady your feet, hold on to the ropes. There are stormy seas sometimes.