I wonder sometimes about the outcome of a still verdictless life

I definitely just scrubbed my ankle with nail polish remover.

I swear I’m sane.

I have lots of twentysomething uncertain insecure happy-go-lucky arrogant confused thoughts running through my head. While I attempt to sort them out, I’ll leave you with a few lines from one of my favorite John Mayer songs. (I am still obsessed with this song, more than three years after I first fell in love with it. I really REALLY want to go to Oak Mountain today instead of going to work.)

(Hmmm. Anyone wanna go stomp around on Oak Mountain this weekend?)

So what, so I’ve got a smile on
But it’s hiding the quiet superstitions in my head
Don’t believe me
When I say I’ve got it down

Everybody is just a stranger but
That’s the danger in going my own way
I guess it’s the price I have to pay
Still “everything happens for a reason”
Is no reason not to ask myself

Am I living it right?

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One Response to I wonder sometimes about the outcome of a still verdictless life

  1. i still think that song is cool cause he talks about ‘driving 85’. it was like a commonality for me. i think my favorite song lyrically is ‘my stupid mouth’….i’ve been there.

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