that problem of which i cannot speak

henceforth the sucky ass situation that i really should talk about will be refered to as That Problem of Which I Cannot Speak (TPoWICS), got it? it brought me down quite a bit today, but i think i am rebounding nicely.

as my beloved FFJ says, change is always good. scary, but good. TPoIWCS is going to open up opportunities that, if i have the courage and fortitude, have the potential to be the coolest thing to happen to me since the discovery of st. paul westerberg and amazon.com’s free shippin on orders over $25.

you will have to stay posted for further developments. it promises to be a terrifying, trying, potentially cool time in the life of this supergenius.

in other news, only ELEVEN more days until the westerberg weekend.

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2 Comments

  1. Emily 25.Oct.04 at 10:28 pm

    Jodi
    Hey, i should have let you know a long time ago what a fan i am of iwilldare.com I am. I’m a fan. A type of band-aid whatever you want to call it really. I’m twenty, and yet we still can relate. I think you’re great and that your figuring out life is fantastic-even though it feels like it sucks sometimes.
    Hope it gets better, and just think paul paul paul paul. it makes a nice little chant.

    PS. I hope I can fancy myself a writer like you someday. I just don’t know how to get there.

  2. Damon 26.Oct.04 at 9:05 am

    FFJ is totally right, 100%.

    Change is always good. Change is what makes life worth living – if nothing ever changed we’d quickly get bored with existance.

    I’m sure the changes coming up are going to be positive in the end, even if they don’t look that way to you right now.