Thursday, November 6, 2008

Evauluation of a teenage mind

She had just had a moment. The tears still coming, she thought about why it had been so bad. She had cast the blame elsewhere during the moment. But it hadn't been the other party's fault, not really. They had just reacted.
No, a large part of the blame was hers to eat, and she knew it. She sighed and let a couple more tears slip out.
Why had she acted like that? How can she expect others to act civilly if she can't muster up the courage to drop it and be nice.
Obviously she wasn't a grown up yet. She doesn't even pretend to be, really. She knows how very dependent she is.... but if she depends on something so much, how could she act like that? The teenage spirit must be still alive and well.
She hates learning things the hard way. It hurts more than a bunch of things, usually.
Then she made a decision, never again... there's no point in acting that way, it didn't get her what she wanted, and it never has. It's time to grow up and behave. She makes a promise to herself... do what you suggested you crazy little girl, count to ten, relax, think about the consequences of your behavior.
I love you Jay
Quote of the Day:"Only the Mountain has Lived long enough to listen objectively to the howl of the wolf."
The quote does tie in

1 comment:

CassandJayde said...

Even 'grown ups' react to the moment, my friend. Don't beat yourself up.