Friday, March 4, 2011


Rule #1. Don't worry about what's gonna happen tomorrow...there are enough troubles for today. Experience has taught me the truth of this.

Rule #2. Don't borrow anyone else's troubles...otherwise they'll have to go looking for some to even things up.

Rule #3. If you don't have any troubles quiet. It's probably because they can't find you. If you're quiet enough, they might dump your trouble off at someone else's house.

Rule #4. If you think you have too much trouble, stop the next three people you see on the street and ask them about their troubles. There's a 99% chance you'll find you have exactly the right amount of trouble.

Rule #5. If you believe you don't have enough trouble, e-mail me and I'll send you some of mine.

Have a nice weekend.



  1. Great advice. No worries I won't be emailing I have enough troubles. :)

  2. Good advice indeed, and I luv da kitteh :D

  3. There should be an international email address as a dumping ground for people all over the world to dump their worries and move on

  4. I agree. I think no matter how bad our problems are, we wouldn't trade them for those of another person. It's sort careful what you wish for.

  5. So true! Isn't it too easy to get caught up with how important our worries are and forget that there are people whose problems would rock our world if we were not so blessed.

    Then again, I'm making a huge generalisation, and it can't be true for everyone.