... that, on a day where the US struck a tremendous blow against racial discrimination, they didn't also strike a tremendous blow for homophobia. I am in awe that people believe they have that any right over the personal lives of others to be able to ban two people in love from getting married. It is not as though voting against Proposition 8 would have forced gay marriage upon anyone. Even worse, however, is the fact that in Arkansas, people have voted against gay and lesbians being able to be adoptive or foster parents. Are we really still at that point where we believe these people are inherently flawed by virtue of their sexuality?
... that virtually every apartment in my city wasn't no pets allowed.
... that candy corn and Reese's Pieces fulfilled my daily recommended intake of anything remotely healthy (Vitamin K represent!).
... that my world wouldn't collapse if I wasn't relatively organized.
... that I still remembered how to walk in heels.
... that my friend would stop messing around with the douchebag with a girlfriend.
... that there was a better chance a plane will be able to land in HomeTown over the holidays, as I don't ever want to take the damn Greyhound again.
... that I would stop stabbing myself with my umbrella. The rain isn't that depressing!
... that my shoulders had less than 17 knots in each one of them.
... that my professional career wouldn't suffer by virtue of me dying my hair fire engine red.