Thursday, September 30, 2010

Regrets?



After reading BloggerStock Posts  here  and here with the monthly theme of regrets and doing it all over again, got me thinking about my own life.


What would I do over again?  EVERYTHING.


Life for me has been a rather odd one far from normalcy.  However, how do you really define normal?  

Normal = Not Me


So I'm curious as to what a Normal Me would be like. 

There's always going to be someone weirder, worse horror stories etc....but I've developed some good tales of my own.  Those tales are spun from the many miles I hitch hiked, concerts, those rave parties all the kids are talking (Those tales are a lil fuzzy with all the swiss cheese holes in my noodle), weird ass roommates (including a ex-prostitute/junkie,artist, hermaphrodite with HIV...who was totally awesome BTW) and well..all sorts of things.  Some things do not need to be discussed on blogs in case my Mother reads this. 
*Side note: Mom said to me the other day it should be easy for me to lose weight since I lost a lot of weight when I was living in a certain city.  I said..."Um Mom...that wasn't exactly a healthy lifestyle method I was using."  Mom:  "Oh."  End of discussion.


So those were mostly just my teenage years.  Childhoods don't count because really, most choices are decided by your parents/guardians.  


Yup, I've done some weird shit, embarrassing shit and shit I don't remember.
I'm barely scratching the surface here but you get a glimpse.  Basically I've had some wild and fun times and I've done things I'm not proud of and wish I hadn't. 

So again...What would I do over again?   NOTHING.

Fuck, If I really was wrapped up in a question like that you might as well lock me up in a hug-me-jacket .

If I hadn't done all those things I wouldn't be where I am today.  Sure there's always room for crap taco loads some improvement but I'm doing all right.  

My All Right = Not living below the poverty line, a nice non-infested/non-moldy roof over my head, an aging doggy who still loves me, Family who knows I'm a weird ass and still love me (*cough* some of that weirdness was DEFINITELY passed down *cough*), a ton of really wicked awesome friends from all over the globe, lots of laughs every day and most importantly Manfriend and the Kidlet. 

If I hadn't bounced around and ended up in Calgary I would have never met Manfriend.  This is something I can not bear to imagine.  He is everything that is right in my life for once.  He's my best friend, lover, and my rock. (DO ya Smell What's he's got cooking?!?!  Ok not THE ROCK, just a stable support to hold onto in life.) 


So I guess regret nothing?  Well there's always those niggling regrets that I will have to just work through.  Other than that, fuck it.  Love your life and the people in it.  If you don't, you can't change the past but you can change your future.  

As for me, the future is looking pretty bright baby. 







16 comments:

  1. Your blog gets better and better. I stop in once in awhile for a good laugh. You'll have to tell some of your roomate stories. I think my life has been fairly calm. I'll have to live vicariously through you. Glad you have no regrets. Hold on to manfriend. He seems like a good guy.

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  2. There are many parts of my youth that I'm not proud of. There were... loose threads - untidy parts of me that I would like to remove. But when I pulled on one of those threads - it'd unravel the tapestry of my life. – Captain Jean-Luc Picard.

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  3. If I really had the chance to change anything, I would just be too scared to. Mainly because I would worry it would put me somewhere else and every shitty thing that's happened to me has brought me to a better place... even if it took a couple of years for me to figure it out.

    But I WOULD totally use a do-over for those times I think of a great comeback three hours later while I'm driving home.

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  4. Stop watching The Butterfly Effect, Sara. :P

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  5. Patrick - Thank you! I should tell some stories of roomies. I've had so many! Sometimes I was the crazy roomie. Now I'm just a lil OCD when it comes to cleaning. There's some Good ones from Dana (Hermaphrodite) roomie.

    Drake - Did you just really do that......taint my blog with a STAR TREK quote. I mean, I used to like you man, why do you do such hurtful things??!

    Sara - People like us chickies who are ever so witty (and HOT) always have those comeback regrets. Sometimes I come up with the best shit HOURS later. fak.

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  6. Waaaah, most women go crazy for that bald demi-god Patrick Stewart.

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  7. Well sir...*scoff* I am not Most Women.

    Manfriend's brother..."Cave Dweller".....
    went to a trekky convention in Vegas recently.
    He was all nerdgasmy-like. yuck.

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  8. Wow, your smarter everyday. I was actually asked this question about 3 weeks ago, by a stripper of all people. My answer is simple, we make mistakes, and from those mistakes we learn as so not to make those mistakes again. That's what makes us human. I wouldn't change a thing, for then I would never have learned.
    So saying that I'll avoid another star trek quote and leave you with a Batman one.
    "Why do we fall sir? So we might learn to pick ourselves up "

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  9. Yessss.....Batman!

    Man I used have such pervy fantasies about Batman.

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  10. The question is...have you seen that youtube vid of the pug who sings the old Batman theme? Total awesome sauce. I must have watched it like 100 times by now, but it's still not old. At least for me...the Translator now rolls her eyes at me when I ask her to play it.

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  11. Whaaaa
    No I haven't. That shall be my lunch time viewing. Thanks for the tips!

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