Evil, Wicked, Liar

Yesterday was a banner day.

I was called “evil”, “wicked”, “mean”, “rude”, and a liar.

I am pretty sure I’m not evil.  Almost positive of it.  I don’t feel satan-like.  I don’t wish harm on others.  Even when evil truly happens I don’t wish for more evil.  Because if wishes were real I would wish for the first evil to never have happened.

I don’t think I’m wicked either.  Though I do think on occasion I have a wicked chuckle.  But it’s done on purpose, and it’s done as a sound effect.  Never an implementation of wicked behavior or condoning wicked behavior.  And it’s usually only used in the safest of places:  with people who are laughing with me about something totally ridiculous.  And the totally ridiculous can be attributed to me, usually.  Or them.  If I’m wicked it is saved and shared with my friends only.   So I think you would have to know me to call me wicked.  And so far, no one I know has called me wicked.

I don’t think….

I suppose I can be as mean as the next guy.  Or girl.  Though I try not to be mean.  I do recognize that I am a sister, a mom, a wife, a friend, and I’m pretty sure along the years I have had a mean moment or two.  For that, I am sorry.  So maybe I could be called mean.  But again, I think you would have to know me to be qualified to say so.

Rude?    I don’t think so.

Liar?  Well, I try not to be.  I could come right out and say I don’t lie.  But then I would be a liar.  I have lied in my life.  So if I have lied, or still do lie, by admitting it does that make me not a liar?

🙂   Did anyone actually consider that to be possible, for even a second?

Banner day indeed.

Because after this fun filled day at work my friend tells me I am one of the most honest people she knows.   I get home to find an email from another friend that she loves me because I saved her a ton of money, but then she says she loves me for many other reasons!  And when I get home from work Husband has made me corn on the cob, one of the best green smoothies ever (no the corn did not go in the smoothie), bought me a department store bag full of bags of veggie chips.  And tells me he loves me.

I may be many things.  One of the things not mentioned on this banner day, is grateful.  I am very grateful for the good things in my life.  And all good “things” are people based.

And I will do my best to work on my evil, wicked self.

🙂

I hope your banner day was as good as mine!

48 thoughts on “Evil, Wicked, Liar

  1. That person obviously does not know you, and lacks the ability to recognize that you are one of the most honest, caring, nurturing, sensitive, people-loving, most glass-half-full persons to ever walk the planet. THAT person has missed the opportunity to know you, THAT person has the deficit, not you.

    Further, if you’d like me to open a can of whoop-tushi on that person, as your sister and one of your biggest fans, I’d be happy and willing to do so.

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    • Haha, the truth of this liar, is that I am an honest liar. That would be an interesting topic to try and make sense of!!! Thank you, and the same to you and S. 🙂

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  2. Well, I do not know you so a determination of whether you are a liar or a wicked or evil person cannot be made. However, I can say you (and your family) are “Ms. Make Me Smile Today – Over and Over”.

    In return for the smile today, I will make you a casserole since your loving sister did not.

    🙂

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  3. Well if the shoe fits!!! I KID I KID… Although I do remember a beating I took at a tender young age for holding a beloved blue mouse….. However I FORGIVE!! Your family should be the only people who know you well enough to call u those things and if we haven’t called you that then NOBODY can! Those insults are saved for family while having the annual “where and when are we having Christmas” argument!!!! Which by the way….less then 5 months for that ! Woot woot!!!
    But honestly I know people… I can have this person disposed of…. Lemme know….

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    • “Beating”. Really? First, I recall no such happening. Second, if it did (whatever) there was no such things as a “beating”.

      Third: you make me laugh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! No disposing necessary. But I really appreciate the “Lemme know…”. Classic #8. 🙂

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  4. I don’t know what Banner Day is, Colleen, but none of those descriptions apply to you, I am sure. WhoEVER would have said that??

    Love how you keep that smile rolling, regardless. You seem like you have a fine sense of humour.

    Have a beaut weeked!

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    • A ‘banner’ day (which I was using sarcastically so I’m glad you pointed this out) is a day full of “noteworthy” things. So I guess by noteworthy it could mean good things or bad things. But I always interpreted it as good things. Thanks for the nice words. It just amazes me how mean people can be sometimes. But fortunately I have lots to be thankful for that make my banner days truly worthy. 🙂

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  5. Wow!! It always amazes me the stuff people will throw out there when they are trying to hide their own faults. I’m sorry! The upside of blogging about it though is you can see how wonderful you actually are by all of the positive feedback you are receiving! 🙂

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    • You are so right. I am amazed as well, that to someone else I am these things, because I can not “fix” their problem, nor say the things they want me to say. But, I will admit, I kind of feel guilty about writing about it to feel better. Because nothing they do is helping them feel better, which is part of the problem I can’t fix!!!!! But I do feel great gratitude for all of the uplifting feedback I get. Just the writing of it was a release. Everything else is extra gold.

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