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Life : Good People, Bad People

Everyone comes into your life for very good reasons. Some to torment you, some to enlighten, some to make you happy and others to give you so much hell that you'll learn the kind of lesson you'll take to your grave.

Such as never to trust crappy-looking websites with a 'dubious team of people' behind them. Like if something is too good to be true, then they're probably so. Like if something is selling really cheap on the internet, it's probably crap. 

You know, these life lessons you can't, simply can't, unlearn. 


While I can't say that I am an angel because I've had my fair share of troubles and things that I wish I've never said and actions I wish I have never taken, I can say that if Karma were to kick my ass for it, then so be it. I deserve it. I don't want to regret them because they probably happened because it's just the law of the Universe. How else would you explain yourself doing something stupid like giving yourself a 'slight perm' so that there is more bounce, body, and volume to your tresses?

Welcome to weeks of talking to that poodle in the mirror. #lol

I mean, shouldn't that be the last time you trust your hard-pressed hair-dresser who is trying to earn a commission off your misery?

But things like that happens, sometimes it's your decision, sometimes it's not. Suffice to say, the hardest to stomach are the ones as a result of another person's actions, thoughts, and beliefs. It's harder because you're not in control and you're not privy to their circumstances. But it affects you, nonetheless, and it hurts like a blinding thunder strike...not that I've experienced it.

Sometimes, it is because a Higher Power is trying to help you close a chapter to your life and something a little better is lying around the next corner of your journey to help you power up your game.

I hope the few people I am thinking about right now will have a good rest-of-their-lives and live in complete peace of mind.

Enjoy your day,
Marsha

p.s. Playing Christmas songs makes you feel sooooo amazing. I don't know why! LOL
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