I was going to write about wanting to give my daughter a real pony (because she wants one, and she is my favorite child at this moment).
But this caught my eye this morning instead.
Why does anyone else think they get to weigh in on how this man should be spending his money?
It’s always like this in Toledo, Ohio. And maybe it’s like this other places as well. Everyone thinks they have a financial say in what others are doing. No one can ever just be truly happy for someone. When something totally awesome happens, we find the negative in it.
During the election, I had a girlfriend, who I considered a friend, tell me that the CEO at my company was just getting rich off the backs of his middle class employees. My brain broke. Are you kidding me? He is a good and honest man. He would literally give an employee the shirt off his back, and all of us who know him, know this to be true because we have seen it first hand. We also know the struggle he’s been through and how he worked so hard to pull us out of it over the past few years. Toledo, Ohio has struggled!
I haven’t spoke a word to that woman since, and I probably never will again (because Scorpios are like that).
Is it Seasonal Affective Disorder?
Or are we just a bunch of assholes these days?
I hope this attorney wins.
I tried out for the show, and the test was very difficult. Even if you scored a perfect score, you still had to meet with the producers and be chosen based on your personality. This means this man is smart and charismatic at the same time.
I wish him all the luck in the world. And if he chooses to spend his million on a rare baseball card collection, I could really give a shit (although I hope he stops by the dealership to spend his money on a new Denali). I’m just happy he made it. I’m happy he made it because he is from this area and something great has happened to someone from this area.
That’s how we are supposed to be towards our hometown homies. Duh.