i appreciate her poetry. this is a timely one.
then i got used to it.
not being afraid.
i do like the difference.
happy st. patty’s day
if u celebrate such frivolity or profundity, whichever it may be for you.
for me, its my mom’s birthday.
i would say “mum” because that always seems to sound better when spoken,
yet when written, it just doesn’t look right. “Mom” it is. happy birthday mom.
this will be the only evidence i wish her any happiness on her birthday because,
truth be told, idc if my mother is happy on her birthday.
if she’s not, its her fault, just like if i was not happy on my birthday it would be my fault.
my mom wouldn’t want me to really think anything different.
and she’s right.
so, happy birthday mom, if you ever find this greeting on a blog that i
so randomly administer there’s no one here to actually read this
birthday greeting, so if you do happen to stumble upon it, and realize that yes,
i even use social media to do what i wouldn’t really want to actually
do in real life, celebrate your birthday with you, i do create a part of me that realizes and tries
to honor the potential in you even when you fail so miserably at being a human being
that i would never actually wish you a happy birthday unless you were randomly
at the restaurant when we break out in song and i knew you not at all.
i think about blogs i want to create just to share an idea of a moment that i would never really take the actual time to make it a truthality in my lifetime.
The problem with everything being about you, is that, ultimately, you are the only decider.
And to create anything, you have to make all kinds of decisions at every moment in time. So, I do, make decisions and say whatever is in my mind wherever I am, for better or worse, and I try to learn from what I say, especially from my mistakes, because I really don’t know much about this place and I’m wrong most of the time it seems. In reviewing that which is already on the record that has transpired in my life, I find others think I’m wrong all the time.
I’m in the process of deciding if I should go Super Artist Activist and put a blue strip across my bangs and cut my hair short again, or if I should just stay simple Super Mom and blah blah blah. One most certainly does not want to be wrong about a hair color choice that just should not be done! I know its my choice and I just really am tired of making decisions like that. THAT is when a partner comes in handy, and well, I don’t have that anymore.
My choice. The condition of my condition of not having that partner in my everyday life. “My way,” I know I chose it, blah blah blah. Yet, the finding a replacement is taking too long, imho.
Still, i miss having a partner like that, that’s ok, right?!
Everything I do, I do just because.
because i am in the space and time and vibration that i happen to be and that is what there is to do in that space.
because i haven’t found a solution on the internet. that’s why i think i’m the smartest person in the room at places like the California Coastal Commission — where i KNOW i’m NOT the smartest person in the room, I’m just the smartest HUMAN in the room speaking about reality that exists which no one cares to speak about. I am the elephant namer. I describe the elephant and what needs to happen to get it out of the room: namely, I’m not the smartest person in the room.
as soon as I usually say what needs to happen to the elephant, that’s when the REALLY SMART people take over and, take the problem to a breakout session for an intervention or intensive session or something. right?!
“LinkedIn’s founders are Reid Hoffman, Allen Blue, Konstantin Guericke, Eric Ly and Jean-Luc Vaillant. LinkedIn started out in the living room of co-founder Reid Hoffman in 2002.” http://press.linkedin.com/about
So, five dudes sitting in a living room can’t even have a phone conversation before deactivating an account? Dudes.
And then they want me to believe all the other stuff on their website! LOL! This is in reference to “Message from LinkedIn Trust and Safety [Case: 141106-005368]” I don’t know if its publicly accessible or not, but it should be.
Why are they so terrified of communicating over the phone? I just bet they don’t have real telephones, not like regular businesses.
No. I don’t have a government issued identification. Do you?! Really?! You actually truly consent to the stupidity that this State (Governor Brown why haven’t you SHUT DOWN DIABLO CANYON and moved that Nuclear Material off the Earthquake Faults on our Pacific Shores?) and Federal (don’t even get me started how criminal that level of our government is, makes the British Empire back in the day look like rank amateurs) governments would require me to “Consent”? And still breathe on planet earth? #ImpeccableWithWord is an inefficient path sometimes.
So “Trust and Security,” my mother “MotherNoNanoSeconds” on my LinkedIn Account — ask her if I’m a real person. She can tell you. Besides, sighs the blonde, I have fingerprints, law enforcement on every level has equal access to my information by now I’m sure.
Besides, Dudes in the Living Room, put down your cigars, WHAT IF I was homeless and LinkedIn was the ONLY way I had to connect the product that I make with the actual person who makes it?! That’s just mean, LinkedIn, and really ignorant and insensitive to the way others navigate their business, their lives, their own realities As if a homeless person could get a notarized proof of identity to fax to LinkedIn — and are they even traded on a stock exchange yet? Something about Net Neutrality should probably go in here, but if the equity of this kind of mindset isn’t obvious enough, you shouldn’t be reading this blog, its over your head.
So, to me, LinkedIn’s demand and expectation of receiving a copy of someone’s government issued identification is laughable and way overreaching, or they what? Kick me off. OK, but the TRUTH is for anything to have real trust and security, it must have equality and a commitment to communicate in the customary ways of business to build relationships which build networks which build trust and security. Like I told Ana, the same rule with sharing of private messages of all kinds with strangers: “you send my your’s and I’ll send you mine, and only if we are standing right there next to one another.” Otherwise, for all I know, LinkedIn is REALLY just 5 Dudes jerking off in the living room together while watching CamGirlAna in the garage trolling the internet looking for people to mess with for no real reason except to play mind games.