Saturday, August 11, 2007

common courtesy ...

If someone does something for you, especially if it's at your request/behest, say, "Thank you." Say, "I appreciate it." Say, "Thank you; I appreciate it."

If you accuse/imply someone of doing something wrong or bad, and then come to find out/realize/see that you were wrong in your judgment, the proper response is to apologize. "I'm sorry I accused you of doing XXXX, or implying you did XXXX. I was wrong and I apologize to you. Please forgive me." Also, "I'm sorry for judging you based on (whatever) and that I didn't talk to you first to hear your side of things. That was wrong of me."

Thanks. I appreciate it.

Tuesday, August 07, 2007

the long-awaited update ... (as if)

... sick a bit.

... toe infected a bit.

... played WOW a bit ... OK, a lot.

... work is stressin' me something fierce.

... my mom turns very old Aug. 8.

... my present to her? what every mom wants ... cash ;)

... wrote some stuff.

... nothing worth reading here.

... paid some bills.

... won at poker twice last week, only lost once.

... looking forward to the game tomorrow night.

... posting while WOW server is on rolling restart. heh.

... rented 2 DVD's ... "Premonition" and "Deja Vu." I believe I will think I watched them already.