Monday, May 22, 2006


Ya know what? I'm happy.

Nick keeps getting after me cause I'm so optimistic. He's got a point, I am optimistic.

And, coincidentally enough, I feel good about that. I'm happy with the world as it is. Sure, there are problems, but things are going to be alright. Things are going to keep getting better. By the same token, things are going to keep getting worse as well, but there'll be a division. Things will be the best they've ever been, and the worst they've ever been.

You can take this two ways. It really all depends on what side you want to be on. You can be the guy with cancer who dies because somebody shot the ozone down, or you can be the guy that is saved by the most amazing medical science anyone has ever seen. Do you know what they can do? I was talking to a cancer doctor the other day, and it's amazing. Mind boggling, and tumor blowing.

But in the end, things are going to be good. Things are good. I really really believe that things are going to be great. I know they are. The future, as I've said so many times before, looks bright.

This is Christopher Thatcher, signing out for the night, but not before telling you all to keep up the good work. Keep holding on, things are getting better every day. Sure, bad stuff will happen, but it's important that stuff like that does happen. It gives us opportunities to learn and grow and appreciate the good times. I don't know why some bad things happen, I don't know why things have got to be rough. But, from somewhere, I know that things are going to turn out ok. Things are going to end up great. There's no reason to doubt that, it's just a matter of timing. So hold on little buddies, and I'll do the same, and things will be good.

Take that you downers. Smile, things are getting better.


Anonymous said...

Optimistic is really the way to go! It makes everything seem all right.

Keep smiling!

Jaron Frost said...

I totally agree! I just wish I could take that advice when I'm in the middle of acting like a depressed... I don't even know what. Like a donut without glaze, or something. I mean, who likes those? Not me. But sometimes you just gotta put the glaze on yourself, you know? You can't always rely on those zit-faced teenage employees working late hours at Tommie's all the time.

Anonymous said...

I prefer Krispy Kreme....but that's just me.

Anonymous said...

Oooh...I like your donut analogy!

Nick said...

Yay, donuts! Whatever you do behind closed doors is between you, and your self-esteem.