Friday, March 02, 2007

Silence is...

...not necessarily golden, but probably a good idea right now.

Everything I might choose to write about at the moment, any opinions I might express, are surely so tainted by my current levels of anger and frustration as to not be of any particular value.

I shouldn't even be writing this, but there is nothing else I can do. I'm waiting for various individuals to respond to emails and phone calls. Under the circumstances, I know any work I might attempt to do would be worthless.

That said, I'm just going to sit here and keep my damn mouth shut and my hands idle for a while.

8 comments:

KauaiFinn said...

Scribbler, something good has GOT to come around for you in your life...

It's painful to read your entries. I wish there were something i could do.

I look forward to the day I come here and read something AWESOME happen for you!

I wish you'd write a book...
I wish you got paid better (and actually received the CHECKS) for your work...

While waiting for these emails and phone calls, I hope you find something to rest your mind.

You need PEACE.

Heck, dish some of that over to me too... ;-)

Hugs and aloooha!

lowandslow said...

Hey, just for kicks, why don't you find out if there is anything to those Voodoo dolls, the kind you stick pins in to inflict pain on those who have wronged you, like...maybe....certain PUBLISHERS? (Just don't stick a pin in their check-signing hand.)

John said...

I guess the stomach thing has subsided?
Depending on uncooperative and unreliable others is a frustrating thing. I hope the check really is in the mail.

Anonymous said...

Hang in there Scribbs.

Gill

Sally said...

Sometimes that is definitely the best thing to do. When are you going to take some pics??? Hope you have a great weekend, Scribbs! (((hugs)))

betty said...

That's what I did yesterday. It helped, a lot. I hope and pray something good happens to you soon, MrS. {{hugs}}

joan said...

Hoping for something good to happen this weekend to cheer you up.

Anonymous said...

I've recently became aquainted with your journal which I really enjoy....we aren't always what we put into words....