or even if you do . . . . there is always a negative aspect. which somehow will become all that is remembered.
i left my father in tallahassee and his provenge treatment went well. i met two new facebook friends–william taylor and ron winegar. i wasn’t able to meet others i was scheduled to see, most particularly jennifer brand clair from tampa. jennifer built me a facebook cake to celebrate what would have been our first meeting.
i flew from tallahassee to charlotte and from there to chicago–the t.s.a. were definitely more attentive and they’ve implemented the “second look” policy at the gates.
this morning, i was surprised to find the following article. i had forgotten that more than a week ago, a reporter called and wanted to talk about my new years resolution to meet all my facebook friends. he kept focusing his questions on the negative. . . things that went wrong, friendships that weren’t good, unfriending, disaster. and i think i sound like i am a more negative person than i think i am.
oh, here’s the link: