Realizations on a Friday

Written on April 10, 2009 at 4:29 pm
Filed under: Randomosity

Just something that I’ve come to realize today, while I was talking to my sister (and even she thinks it’s true, so it must be – older siblings tend not to agree on things that would result in positive self-esteem in the younger siblings, it’s practically a true fact): I’m too damn nice for my own good.

And that would totally be a tweet over on Twitter if not for the fact that it’s over 140 characters. And I’m too lazy to shorten it and go shorthand for it.

In other news… Studying all day is a fun task. So is “volunteering” to help my dad copy discs (like my subtle quotation marks? I do!). And collecting change from around the house and dumping it into a jar. It’s my Blythe doll fund now.

What’s one thing that you’ve learned about yourself today? And… Do you celebrate Easter? (“Celebrate” counts as either buying chocolate bunnies, marshmallow things, attending church, etc.)

5 Responses to “Realizations on a Friday”

  1. Jenna says:

    I also collect change in jars, and piggy banks. I recently learned I have over $20 in just pennies =D.

    What I learned about myself today or more like the last while is that I need to take more time for myself. Just get out of the house and be alone for a while

    Don’t really celebrate Easter. I think the last time I got things for Easter was sometime back in elementary.As for Church. I believe in God but don’t attend.

  2. Kimm says:

    I collect money in jars as well.. at one point i had 30 bucks in coins in one of my wallets once (if we get anymore coins I’ll scream)

    I’ve never gone to church on a good friday … always was one of those sunday only persons until I hit jr school then life got into the way.

  3. Caity says:

    I have a piggy bank that needs to be cashed in for bills. I do it maybe twice a year and it always amazes me how much money I have in change.

    I learned that I am a horrible patient when I’m sick. 😛 And I celebrate Easter although I might not get to partake in all the festivities this year since I am still pretty sick.

  4. Kelsey says:

    It’s about time you started a Blythe doll fund! I hope your family has holes in their pockets and drops change everywhere for you =)

  5. Shola says:

    Don’t celebrate it at all because I don’t follow Christianity or whatever relevant religions celebrate it.

    Some people can be too nice, but Manners get you places in life. 😀

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