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Sep '10

Anger Management

One of my nieces said she has been practicing anger management.

A lot of that going around. And it’s not just her either.

I think I need anger management. I have this never ending deep indignant anger, that’s not going away anytime soon. The world really sucks that much. I can be kind of a bitch sometimes.

At Dish restaurant the other day with a friend, the owner/manager came up to me, smiled and said, “Hello Trouble.”

I’m like one those “throw away” women, rejected and unreconciled. These women know what I’m talking about. I’ll probably be among these other women “fighting” the battle of Armageddon, because my rejection is what fuels my anger. The whole lot of us that are venting our indignation are going to be the “Sword” of our Creator”.
The Sword that lays the damn devil down.

I’m more than just pissed off. I’m eternally livid and incensed.

Yes. Trouble indeedy!

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2 comments to “Anger Management”

  1. FLYNN Says:

    If I didn’t know myself better, you and I have the same label – TROUBLE. Donna (interestingly enough) was a former co-worker of mine. She had red-hair, too. One day she nonchalantly idles by my way at work and says: “Here comes trouble!” Being the clueless girl back then, all I could do is laugh it off. You could do the same, Donna, when “triggers” come your way – just laugh it off – or do an imaginary flick-off with your mind. I do it all the time – my bad!

  2. DADONNADJ Says:

    He called me trouble in a funny way. I wasn’t upset or anything about that part. I actually smiled back and said hi.

    It’s just being an activist, and against vaccines, aspartame, fluoride, etc… and I’m well known about saying something about it around town. Robert too, actually moreso. We were in his restaurant telling him about aspartame and it being poison. We gave him an Artificially Sweetened Times, which we do for a lot of restaurant owners.

    I’m THAT kind of trouble, cause sometimes the truth hurts.