Blame It On The Rain

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First things first my homies and homettes! Wherever you are in this crazy, funny, insane, strange and weird planet of ours, good morning, good afternoon, good evening or good night. As always, try to enjoy it to the fullest and remember, do not to let nobody fuck it up for you no matter what happens or goes down.

On a sober note! Today is Thursday November 8, 2018 and that means that I have been sober for one hundred forty-three days in a row or better yet, four months and twenty-one days in total. Woo-Hoo! I feel like Tony the fucking tiger… GRRRRREAT!

Now, on a blaming game note! Never in my entire life, have I said or pretended to be perfect or to be an angel, because I have and I will from time to time make mistakes and fuck ups just like the person before and after me. But the one thing that I can say is, that whenever I make a mistake or I fuck up, I take it as a learning experience and as a chance to reflect on my behavior, way of thinking and way of seeing things. Now getting to my point. It’s just that it is so fucked up, how now a days, so many grown ass people, just keep fucking up and blaming it on everybody else and their mother. I have to admit, that when I was younger, I use to blame everything that went and was going wrong in my life on my parents, society and even the government, but specifically my father, for his disappearing act, when I was around eleven or twelve years old, then reappearing when I was around twenty-four years old, like if nothing ever happened.

My thing is, that as I got older, I came to realize and understand, that no matter all the shit that I went through when I was younger, I was calling the shots now that I was older. So in time, I started to get away from the blaming others mentality. Just as I came into this world, my kids did not come with instructions, so I just try to be a good dad to my kids. I have always told them that I will always be there for them, I talk to them, I give them advice and I always tell them to be nice to others. In the end, just as I did when I was young, they will make their own choices and choose their own paths. Like they say, you can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink. But blaming others for not drinking the water, is a totally different shit. Also, keep in mind, that to me, a mistake is unintentional, but a fuck up is intentional.

With that said! I am Audi 5000 y’all!

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