My blog this morning is not a nice one. I am so sick and tired of others not following the rules. There are rules in society, in the world, at home, at school, at work, at church, at the mall, while driving, at resturaunts, etc...that everyone has the responsibility to follow, no matter who you are. It is a given. These rules are posted and everyone knows the rules and their responsibilities, right? Ignorance is no excuse. In first class, middle class and lower income classes their are hidden rules that everyone who is in their class knows about. If you don't, you'll find out quickly. So, why doesn't people follow the rules? It pisses me off that some people think their poo doesn't think. I'd give anything to smear it in their faces and say "smell!" Where are the consequences? I know there will be eternal consequences to pay, but what about now? Everyone seems to be too scared to speak up for themselves, afraid of hurting others feelings while their feelings are being tramped on. Why should a person be afraid to speak up if it's right? The ones who are protected are the ones who are breaking the rules and do you think they are looking out for your feelings? Heck No!! The ones who get hurt are the ones who follow the rules and always have and always will. If only the ones braking these rules knew that their integrity sux and we have no respect for them, would they continue to break them? Are they waiting on us to inform them to shape up or ship out? Do the rule followers have the balls to say that to them? Probably not, that is why rule breakers continue to break the rules. They are bullies. If everyone would take responsibility for themselves(and family)I wouldn't be writing this. There is opposition in everything.
I'm a brand new stay-at-home mom after almost nine years of teaching elementary physical education. I am married to a fantastic husband of fifteen years who loves me for who I am and is very supportive in all that I do, especially scrapbooking! We have a an almost 16 year old son who loves sports and is your typcial teenager in every fashion, shape and form. Our 13 year old daughter is the musician in the family and cannot wait to be a teenager! Our family wouldn't be complete without our weiner dog and standard poodle, Benny & Carhartt. I am very blessed to have such a wonderful family and am extremely happy where I am in my life.