Monday, February 15, 2010

Its All Good and Its Going to Get Even Better!

I don't have much to say tonight. I'm sitting in class right now trying to blog without the instructor catching me and maybe these "older" classmates of mine can keep distracting her by raising their hands and asking for help while I multitask, blog and follow along.

I've been sick for the past week and a half and I've really missed two weeks worth of book-selling opportunities and 2 days of square job work fighting this nasty head cold. With that being said, my "change" is getting low. I still have the majority of my money in a CD that I can't touch for several months, and my walking around money is getting low. I'm down to my last $100 and feeling the pinch. Despite that, I'M GOOD like the Clipse song. I spend almost $200 dining out, mostly eating Applebee's and Olive Garden.. NO WONDER I'M FATTER THAN A MOTHERFUCKER! I've just been spending more than I've been bringing in, but my money will be right by the end of this weekend working the streets Thursday - Saturday.

I'm starting to feel better today, and hopefully my cold will be totally out of my system by Wednesday, so Thursday I can ramp up mobile club subscribers (for the 60 Minutes with Glenn radio show) and get some book sales in the process. I'm no longer trippin' about my facebook account getting disabled, I'm good. All in all, I feel really good about where I am in my life right now and where I'm going to be in the next 6 months, year, decade, and 90 years from now. I don't let things bother me for long, although relationships bother me for a little while, but not enough to get me off the personal goals that I need to accomplish. I can be a bit of an asshole for a brief minute, but I tend to dust myself off and come back better than before.

The funny thing is, people see me now and think I'm doing awfully good for their standards, but give me a few months and I'll be driving a better whip, taking my long overdue vacation to Miami for Memorial Day weekend as one of my longtime readers from Sacramento suggested. I'll buy tickets for two this weekend on Expedia or something. I don't know who's going to come down to Miami Beach with me that weekend, but whoever it is will be worthy of enjoying a weekend alongside me. I'm looking forward to the good experiences that I haven't experienced yet. Like my old supervisor Fred Gill said, people overrate their past experiences, make their present circumstances out to be more miserable than they really are, and don't wanna see the future. You and I won't make that mistake.