Monday, April 27, 2009

Monday . . . .

Again. Monday's seem to be like bills. Even though you just paid them, here they are again. But, that's ok. I just had a comment on Crack/Facebook about that. You mean we get to try it again?? Huh. Well. I guess I just hadn't thought about Monday mornings like that.
This weekend was a good, if normal, one. Racing and more racing. My wonderful friend, SS#1, came up to the Drag Strip with me on Friday night. Getting to have someone I could talk to while I was there made the night a whole lot quicker. I've talked about SS before, but the more I see of him, the more impressed I am. Some day, he is going to make a girl very, very happy, and daggnabit, she better appreciate him. So courteous, so thoughtful of others. It leaves me scratching my head! He wouldn't have a clue how to go about playing mind games, and it's refreshing to see.

I did work on a bit of a sunburn in some effort to get any color, but it's already gone this morning. We had a heat wave here in the south, and I even slept with my windows open. Does everyone sleep better like that? Even Britney seemed to.
EMT Competition was this weekend, and I'll try to get some photos uploaded. Everyone seemed to have a good time.

I've decided one thing I hate about technology. You can't pick up on the nuances of statements. If you're talking face to face, or even on the phone with someone, you can usually tell how to take something, even if it's being said sarcastically. But, with IM's/Texting, it leaves a LOT of things open to interpretation. Frustrating.

And now, a question for those of you who find your way here. If you found out that someone was talking about you, and not in a flattering way, would you confront them? Especially if this person is someone you have never spoken to or had any interaction with? Is it a "knowledge is power" thing? Not quite sure if/what I'm going to do about it . . . advice?


Little Ms Blogger said...

It sounds as though the person may be jealous of you.

That's a tough one. I'd be curious to know how you handle (btw is this person someone you can have face-to-face interaction or someone nameless on the Internet?)