Friday, March 28, 2014


I have learned that when faced with frustration, it's always a good idea to take a step back and allow for a calmer and cooler disposition to prevail.  If the frustrated person is patient, the reason for the frustration would've passed and be replaced with something more hope inspiring.  Sometimes time is the best antidote to frustration.  Not everything in life is frustrating.  By focusing on things in life that isn't frustrating and patiently waiting for frustrating things to lose interest and spend time somewhere else, life becomes much easier by comparison.  It's always a good idea to remain calm no matter what.  Expressing frustration loudly won't cause the frustrating person to speed up, but rather would delay the departure of the frustrating person for a much longer period of time. 
And as I'm lost in thought as the clock continues to tick forward towards midnight, here are some photos of Keri Russell.

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