Sermon in bed is the best breakfast ever! Best served cold.
July 31, 2010 1:13am CST
That had been my status in Facebook yesterday. It all started the other night when I forgot to bring an umbrella wherein my country is experiencing rainy season. Darn it, haha! Good thing I have a friend who gave me a ride to the nearest mall in my house. There's lot of people by then waiting for jeepneys (a public transportation here in Philippines) and a looooooooong line for taxi. And Im starting to get dizzy and my headaches so I have decided to call dad to pick me up. Well, he did and brag me about forgetting my umbrella. Yesterday, before I even open my eyes, my sister starts bragging me about forgetting the umbrella, and told me that dad is already sleeping when I called him. Then when I told Mom about what I felt that night, that Im dizzy and all, I got a sermon from her telling me that's it's my fault. Im abusing my body and having sleep deprivation. I got sensitive and pissed but I manage to keep mum. I think of it over again and realized that they are just concern about me. Good thing that I don't over react and hold my temper very well. If you were in my shoe, would you react the same? How do you manage your temper? Thanks for reading, :)) ENJOY YOUR EVERYDAY! :D
31 Jul 10
Good thing you were able to hold temper inspite of your condition. It is really hard to be calm when we just woke up and being bragged by nagging and blamed for things we had done. Well,when we think it is our fault we must shut our mouth that's the best way. Besides your family were just concern about you that is why you were given a sermon as breakfast in bed (that is how much our loved ones love us) Have a wonderful weekend
1 Aug 10
I can't help to cry when Im totally pissed off. So when that sermon is served, I hide my face behind the pillow and let it dry my eyes. I agree on your statement that it's best to keep our mouth shut when it's our fault. As I have said, looking at the bright side makes the sermon delicious. :)) HAPPY DAY!
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31 Jul 10
I understand that they are concerned about you, but I would have told them," I understand that you are concerned about me but honestly there's a reason I'm like this and you need to know that sometimes in life people go through certain times in life that this happens" no matter what caused the headaches and dizziness, it happens to everyone. My temper is held pretty well, the only time I let it show is if there is extreme stupidity present or if someone is giving me a lecture about what I should be doing in their eyes (excluding family). It's good that your family is concerned enough about you though that they would say something.
1 Aug 10
Sometimes, I still manage to keep mum even though someones showing extreme stupidity. Maybe because I can't say it straight to their face, I just keep it to myself or say it to my boyfriend. Because in that case, I won't get into bigger trouble. Looking at the bright side of the sermon is what makes it delicious. Haha HAPPY DAY! :D