I have not been blogging a great deal lately. I had wanted to do a post about it being a year since I started this blog but my brain would not come up with anything of substance to say. I would love to say that this year has been all puppies, unicorns, hearts and flowers. There have been good things and not so good things that have occurred. I could re-hash all of it but why?
I am in a pretty good place right now. Stuff happens with Kevin now that used to turn me into a shrieking, crazy lunatic. Not so much now. Yesterday, he walked off his job! He just got an apartment and HE WALKED OFF HIS JOB! Wow. In the past, my head would have exploded and texts would ensue where I would preach, demand to know why and so forth. But what's the point? Kevin is going to do what he is going to do. He's a man and he has to take care of his business. After finding out about it I was at the grocery store and I found myself chuckling, thinking of the lunacy I would exhibit about something like that in the past. I am amazed at me and thankful that this year has brought me to a place that I can laugh at the old me.
I hope everyone has a great weekend. I opened my pool and its green. :-( So I am dealing with that. I found a dead squirrel floating in it when I came home from work yesterday! I face- booked that it was like an episode of Duck Dynasty. All I needed was Phil to come fish it out and for Miss Kay to fry it up for dinner!
Thursday, May 2, 2013
Ron at parentsofanaddict.blogspot.com alerted me to the new products that Urban Outfitters has come up with. They are about as wonderful as the Olsen twins bag that has pills all over it.
He urged everyone to e mail the CEO firstname.lastname@example.org and let him know what marketing geniuses they are.
Here is my e mail response to him that I wrote before I went to bed and prayed for my son.
I understand that sometimes retailers have to be "on trend" in order to sell
their products. I guess your genius marketing staff thinks that tapping into the
prescription drug abuse trend may be the ticket to great sales and profits. I
just hope you and your marketing idiots can sleep at night knowing that you are
perpetuating the rampant use of prescription drugs of our young people. I will
say a little prayer that you or one of your misinformed lackeys never has to
experience the horror of seeing a young person you love becoming a slave to the
addiction monster. What you see as a marketing tool is a constant reminder to me
that my loved one is in the grips of a profound sickness that people such as
yourself exploit for financial gain, just like drug companies who fund sites
that preach awareness but still profit off those who abuse their product.
Pleasant dreams sir.
Posted by Sheri at 4:57 AM