My Favorite Things

“My Favorite Things” – No, not as in “The Sound of Music” (in spite of the photo), and yes, I’m being sarcastic.

I love it when people tell me what I’m feeling. It gets even better when they follow that up with why I shouldn’t be feeling that way.

I truly enjoy the time that people spend chatting with cashiers when they are in front of me in the express line.

Few things are better than having people tell mw why I should or shouldn’t like some piece of music, or movie, or book. Over the years, the time saved in not having to form my own opinions is immeasurable.

I’m never truly satisfied talking about anyone’s problems unless we first quantify whether or not anyone else has bigger ones.

Advice is always appreciated when asked for, but to truly profit from it, it has to be unsolicited.

Do you have favorite things? What are they? Do you like being asked questions at the end of blog posts?

Author: Sibelius Russell

Sibelius Russell (a/k/a/ Owen "Beleaguered" Servant) lives a life of whimsical servitude -- whatever that means.

3 thoughts on “My Favorite Things”

  1. i love it when people never want to take the time to respond to a comment.
    i enjoy being anonymous.
    i write my own blog only for my own pleasure. It’s better when no one feels they have to comment, or ask a question.
    My favorite posting is one which gets no response at all especially when it’s carefully crafted for a particular individual.
    I seldom want advice. It’s really best when I’m just allowed to blunder on.

    (written in kind)

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