Tuesday, August 20, 2013


If you see somebody is looks cold, distant and unemotional, it's not a good idea to yell out of the open window of a car, "What the fuck is wrong with you?  You're cold, distant and unemotional!"  Instead, it's better to get out of the car, walk up to the person and ask, "I notice that you've been in a very bad moon for the past four and a half years and everybody is worried.  Why are you feeling so grumpy non-stop for the past four and a half years?  Is there anything I can do to help you feel any better?"  You might find that the person might open up and tell you their problems.  And who knows.  Perhaps you have found yourself a friend.  People don't open up with friendship to distant anger, but people will respond to up close friendliness.  And in the end, what everybody needs most of all in the world is a friend to share their hopes, dreams fears and yes, even their troubles along with their problems with.  And that alone makes all the difference in the world.
And as I'm lost in thought about cars that drive down the road, here are some photos of Kellie Pickler.



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