I am glad that I am not one of the people in this world who does things for others, not because I expect something back, but because I really do like putting a smile on the other person's face. I like making people happy. I can't help it, I'm just drawn that way.
I am also glad that I am not one of the people in this world who keeps score (which is kind of a redundancy of the last two statements).
If you are reading this and I know you, please don't hesitate to ask me to help you if you need it. If I can't help you, I'll give you the courtesy of telling you I can't, and then work with you to find someone who can.
If I don't know you ... ask anyway. The same rules apply to people I don't know as to the people I do know.
Don't believe me? Go ahead and try me. Do it. I triple-dog dare ya ... ^.^
Okay, so I guess this entry has nothing to do with "Katrina aftermath" like the subject line says. I was going to write something about it ... but then the Spirit moved me and I took my thoughts to what my heart is really feeling right now...
But as my husband-to-be would tell me: "Don't dwell on it." And he's absolutely right. It is not worth my time or effort to waste my valuable time shedding tears over the mean, score-keeping people in this world!