Slow down. Eat some cake. Read a book. One day it’ll all be going too fast and you’ll wish you had eaten some cake and read a few books.
If someone respects you, that’s great. But you don’t owe them anything, you know that right? Live for yourself.
Please don’t mistaken my silence for a lack of things to say and then act surprised when my actions do the talking.
That feeling when people actually see you as you are. When friends love you for being yourself. Nothing beats that.
There’s something about an old bookstore. Not just the age of the books that have passed through countless times and hands, but something about the house they all live in. I think that’s a story all in itself.
Distance has a way of making a big love bigger and making a small love smaller.
Be around people who laugh out loud so often and so unapologetically that you can’t help but to do so as well.
Sometimes I wonder. Do I really have to try to be something else? What’s all this stuff about potential? Is the person I am somehow not good enough? Everyone is always striving for more; I’m practicing to strive for content.
Is that a Primordial Hydra?
i got angry and made a thing.
As a cashier who deals with this shit every day, it’s nice to see that some people actually care about us.
I had no idea about the speed score thing :O
But if I can add on about being a cashier for a Pharmacy:
1) We’re required to have your name and birthday every time you come up. Don’t roll your eyes and expect us to remember you
2) Don’t mumble your name and birthday. It might be obvious to you, but it’s our first time hearing it so please speak clearly
3) The computers we use at the cash register are very basic and only tell us what prescription you’re getting. If you want to know your insurance info or change your info, you have to go down to the other end
4) When you’re dropping off your prescription, STAY. THERE.
There’s a LOT of information we have to go through, including your insurance, and we don’t want you yelling at us later when you come to pick it up and it turns out your insurance didn’t cover it and we couldn’t tell you because you were gone
5) Just please be patient with us.
Its taken awhile to gather new responses but here’s a new post:Just for fun I’ve been collecting people’s responses describing Stephen Harper and the Canadian government that people leave in tags or comments on this blog. They are not well liked.
Here’s part 3: