I try not discuss politics or religion because they both piss me off. But, I've been kinda bummed lately. Facebook is my BFF and before the election it turned into a venomous hate-spewing creature of the evil mother-in-lawish type (not mine because I love my MIL). So, for the weeks leading up to the election - I just chose to log on a little less and actually do something around the house (or work, God forbid).
After the election I was happy because I thought that crap making me want to vomit in my mouth would be gone. But, no. All I see now are a lot of sanctimonious, self-righteous shiz about Armageddon and the world ending.
It makes me kinda sad. Sad because my BFF is not my BFF anymore and sad because people can be so shallow.
I can't write about any of this myself because I am not a great writer when it comes to things that actually matter (I can only write about poopy bottoms and dysfunctional families and then only to the 8th grade level).
But, a great thing happened today when I logged into Facebook. One of my most amazing friends' husband (and he's pretty amazing, too) had posted this on my wall.
It's really well worth the read - whoever you voted for (and yes, I know I ended that with a preposition - apparently that kind of grammar comes after 8th grade). I realize this blogger has like half the world for readers and I have like two readers, but I wanted to post the link anyway. In case you need some perspective (or more likely - since all of my readers are AWESOME - you know someone who needs more perspective).
Because it's kinda like I felt when Steve Jobs died. Perspective, people. Really. It's all about perspective and not losing your shiz.
Have a great weekend! And hopefully I will have my BFF back soon and I can write a post of my own (course, it won't be nearly as good, but it will be mine).