by - 11:52

All right. Here it comes. I've got to get something off my chest because it's been bothering me all morning: I just don't understand why certain people find it in their best interest to burst my bubble or rain on my parade for no. effing. reason. Does that ever happen to you? You have some pretty incredible news (more on that in an all-together entirely different post) and you want to share it, only to have the person you're talking to tell you that you're not responsible enough (and before you jump to conclusions, it's NOT a baby...ha!).

It's like other people are under different assumptions of who you are as a person and it hurts your esteem because you have to wonder where people got those ideas in the first place. Does that make sense? Or am I rambling? In any case, it's just so aggravating because there isn't anything to do to change that person's mind about you. Oof. Apologies for the hrmph-ness of this post. I'm just feeling irked. I promise I'll be back tomorrow. With bells on!


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  1. I can't stand people that do that kind of thing, though I'm sure I have accidentally done something along those lines at some point in my life. :) Sorry that they rained on your parade! And telling you that you're not responsible enough seems a little harsh to me; I'd be irked too!

  2. Aw, cheer up. It's not fair for someone to judge you and assume you're not cut out for whatever news it is. It's nobody's place and it is definitely your life so you are the only one that makes the decision at the end of the day. Good luck - you ave every right to feel irked but I hope it doesn't get you down too much.

  3. aw dont let other people get u down...there are so many haters on people who are happy out there that they have to make comments or do things that try to make u feel as miserable as they are..... dont let it get u down.
    thats just giving them satisfaction. so keep ur head up!

  4. Oh no! And I owe you a phone call! (So sorry, these past few days have been very busy ones) I hope I get a chance to re-flate your bubble soon! xoxo

  5. Anonymous25.8.10

    I ended a friendship with someone who I thought would be in my life forever because of something similiar to this. He had his interpretation of who I was and no matter what I said or did he wouldn't waiver. Sad thing is he still after not speaking for over a year tells people false things about me. But my life is and forever will be better without him in it! the end. that's chapter one of my novel. ;)

  6. Bubble-bursters are toxic people :/ I hope you've cheered up.


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