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Movie Overdose – LOL


The Best Man Holiday movie

I have already seen this many WAY too many times that I would like to actually admit ….. ESPECIALLY since it only came out last week on Thursday….but to me it was indeed just that good…… Okay here is my theory with this movie..

Movie was INSANELY good – they need to have at least 2 more at the least then CLOSE THE STORY. Ride the wave while it is high…make Part 3 RIGHT NOW while the momentum is high and we are all watering at the mouth! (summer 2014)  Then make the 4th one with everyone READY for the story to end but do it with a big bang! ( 2016 )

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E X P E C T


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Expect your child to mess up — all children do. And don’t get so upset when they mess up, when they don’t do what they’re “supposed” to do … because they’re supposed to mess up.

Expect your partner to be less than perfect.

Expect your friend to not show up sometimes or be irritating late.

Expect things to go not according to plan because most things do not.

Expect people to be rude sometimes because a great deal of them are.

Expect coworkers not to come through sometimes more than usual.

Expect teenagers  not to wash their dishes or pick up their clothes, sometimes because most teenagers do not.

Expect the glass to break.

And accept it.

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You won’t change these inevitable facts — they will happen, eventually. And if you expect it to happen — even see it as already happening, before it happens — you won’t get so upset.

You won’t overreact. You’ll respond appropriately, but not overreact. You can talk to the person about their behavior, and ask them kindly to consider your feelings when they do this … but you won’t get overly emotional and blow things out of proportion.

Random Thought on Heros


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A hero to me is not just a person who died for there country or went inside a  burning building or stuff like that.
A hero to me is a single mother who  survives everyday by herself.
A teenager against all odds getting through  life.
An alcoholic walking into a rehab center.
A father being not just  a father but a friend, a caregiver, supporter, a brick wall for his kids.
A  friend who no matter what or how wrong you are standing up for you and taking  your side. A hero who no matter how hard they are being hit or pushed or beat  down,
no matter how bad they are emotionally or physically or  psychologically they stand up and keep going.
They push through the pain of  life, love, kids, work, school, drugs, sports, parents, heartbreak, alcohol
A person who isn’t just there, but is there living,  breathing, and surviving…  TO ME that to me is a hero.