Gentle Readers . . . and Maxwell,
It's the first Monday of the month so it's time for the Question of the Month bloghop, hosted by Michael D'Agostino of A Life Examined. This is Michael's last time to host the hop, so I hope you'll drop by his blog to thank him and read his post for today, which is particularly moving.
Before I get into the question and my answer, I urge you to visit my current Battle of the Bands post HERE. The song is Let's Get It On. The contenders are Boyz II Men and Jack Black. I welcome you to vote. I'll announce the winner on October 7.
Now for the question.
What’s a decision you’ve made in the past that you know, logically, was the right decision to make, but which you still feel guilty or regretful about?
Well, there was that time that I lit up a doobie right on the street in New York because my boyfriend used a post-it note to break up with me. I regret getting arrested.
Oh, wait. That was Carrie on Sex and the City. I keep forgetting that I'm not the characters on my favorite TV shows. (I want to be Samantha, but in my heart, I know I'm Charlotte.)
Okay. How about the time I pretended to be disabled and I used an electric scooter? Some geezers got pissed off at me and actually chased me! I had to get off my scooter to escape. The scooter helped me get my job, but I regret getting those old people pissed off at me.
Oh, yeah. That was George on Seinfeld.
All right. Here's my real answer: Cooking meth with my high school chemistry teacher was great. We made a lot of money and had all sorts of adventures. But I regret the way I ended up being held prisoner by some jerks who took over our territory.
It's okay. Mr. White saved my life. Of course, most of the people I loved had died or been murdered. I can't tell you what happened to me at the end of the show, but I might be in hiding as that biatch Janie Junebug.
Yeah, like whatever,