Saturday, December 30, 2006

Tell me something I don't know

Moods are ephemeral.

(Yeah, and?)

They pass.

(Your point being?)

We are not defined by our moods.

(This is all very interesting. Not. So what you trying to say?)

A mood is a mood is a mood. It's fleeting. Just remember, this too shall pass.

(Bubble, bubble, toilet trouble)

Yeah, that too.

19 comments:

part-time buddha said...

I recommend ice cream.

Jackie said...

Jenn, I like part-time buddha's idea! Seriously, you are fortunate to be able to recognize that which is 'fleeting'. I had tunnel vision when I was younger, and never thought anything would ever pass. It's a blessing to know that it will.

QuillDancer said...

Jenn, I mopped my bathroom floor the other day courtesy of my toilet. Now that was a mood! (Or was it a fit?)

that girl in pink said...

of course it will. this year is passing, what's a mood?

that girl in pink said...

my comment is so corny!
hope it makes you laugh, if nothing else.
i suggest you go with the buddha. he's truly the enlightened one.

goldennib said...

Your "bubble, bubble, toilet trouble" made me laugh.

Ice cream is always a good place to start.

Jenn said...

PTB: I had wine. It tasted of mouthwash. We can't all be so lucky.

Jackie: I am still like that. So I keep telling myself over and over that moods are ephemeral. Mainly because I'm bombastic and big words appeal to me. Lascivious. You know.

Quilly: Fits and starts. Bubbles and gurgling toilets. Of such things are dreams made.

Pinky: I didn't think it was corny your royal pinkness.

Happy New Year. Happy Happy New Year. Happy Happy Happy New Year.

Jenn said...

Nessa: Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. And Happy New Year.

QuillDancer said...

Happy New Year! Of coure, what with the time differences and all, I'm a bit late -- but happy anyway!

Jenn said...

Happy New Year, Quilly.

hot coffee girl said...

Happy New Year, sweet Jenn.

(And you are right...they are passing little things, those moods. The trick is to make the good ones last a bit longer than the bad ones. I am still working on it. I'll let you know if I figure out how to do this.)

JackieSnowbird said...

Jenn, wanted to wish a Happy New Year to you and yours! Hope 2007 is a great one for you.

A thinker said...

Hey, belated Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Hope it will be a good one.

john calica said...

Happy New Year!

Grey Shades said...

LOL!!!

Jenn said...

HCG: I have been trying and trying to get into your site. No cigar. So I have to wish you Happy New Year here... (you know what with earthquakes and torn cables and floods and metaphors for life springing out of the heaving, burning earth)

Jackie: Same to you. I know it will be.

Thinker: Thanks. And to you. Wishes like blessings come home to roost. (I don't know what I mean by that, but I'm reading Dylan at the moment)

John: Bless you child. And Happy New Year to you too.

Grey: What can I say...Happy New Year...will catch up with you...post-Jan 13. I promise!

dandelion said...

Jenn...am back! Missed your posts while I had no access to the net. Happy New Year! May all you dreams for this year come true.

I could just hear you go "Bubble, bubble, toilet trouble"...ha ha ha...

Must catch up soon my dear.

Darlanne said...

I totally get this philosophy. Love it!

Jenn said...

Praby: will see you when I get back. If I ever get back. See you when I get back...

Darlanne: Hello. Glad it resonated. Welcome to my blog.