An Open Letter to This Week

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Dear This Week,

I.

Quit.

Everything.

10 comments:

justlori2day said...

Uh.

Oh.

What?

Happened?

Lynn said...

You know it's never that easy! If it was I would have done it a long time ago!
Stopping by to let you know I'm praying!
1 Timothy 3:16 And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory.
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Anonymous said...

Wait. Maybe you should let This Week fire you, that way atleast you can collect unemployment?

P.S. Hang in there, Next Week is just around the corner.

Anonymous said...

your blog would be far more interesting if you would whine less.

Sue G said...

Ooooo, I came here to read the empathetic responses to yesterday's blog and find a sarcastic comment by someone so confident about what they're saying and their right to say it that they call themselves anonymous. No name given, although boor might have been a start.

I find your blog charming, honest, cathartic, funny, and a small representation of a very big life...a life that at times has been daunting, filled with medical mysteries, peaks and valleys, and wonderful observations.

Having previously followed you on your CB site, I am very familiar with your story and, knowing it, I would think you could very well whine if you wanted after all that you have been through. But, instead, you elect to share, asking pretty much nothing in return from your readers (while I, on the other hand, beg, cajole, and guilt people into signing the guest book!).

Just what you needed in your already perfect week...a rude reader who felt it necessary to add a thoughtless comment about your blog while obviously being forced to log on to it. Conjures up a picture in my little brain of Malcolm McDowell in "A Clockwork Orange" having his eyes pried open for hours on end as he is forced to watch tedious patterns ultimately intended to break him (I'm sure you are much too young to know this movie or book, so just take my word for it).

(Someone please start making my Super Mom/Universal Defender costume. Not vinyl, though. I need a fabric that breathes.)

Anonymous said...

I am not as elegant as Sue G.

Anonymous, you are a dick.

And feel free to find someone else's life to mooch off of if this one isn't doing it for you. Or, live your own life, since you have a much clearer idea on how the perfect life is lead and how to impart that wisdom onto others.

And my image is of Malcolm McDowell in "A Clockwork Orange" singing "Singing in the Rain." And if you know the movie, you can imagine the roll Anonymous is playing :)

That's my happy mood contribution. Read now before overflowing brain edits me out.

Slappy

Dysfunction Junction said...

I am late to the party. Dear Anonymous: get bent.

metalia said...

Ugh. Why? Why do people take pleasure in leaving rude comments (anonymously, to boot)? Sorry you had a shitty week; hope next week is better, hon.

xo

columbiacitygirl said...

Slappy might not be as elegant, but I agree with him.

I just found your blog a few weeks ago. It is funny and inspiring and irreverent.

I know that you have had lots of bad breaks and difficult - to say the least - moments over the past few years, but reading about the overall good news of the last week warms my heart for you.

Pamela said...

So I just read your post on Human Decency, and had to read this one. And I just have to say that I love this post. It's honest. And that is why I love blogging. People being real. The End.