I haven’t had the time to formally sit down and write about my 2012 summary and how life has changed. People have come and gone into my life, I’ve grown into a strong young woman, lessons have been learned. I do receive questions about why my live show with Luna has ended. The thing is: Her and I both grew up. Mercy and Luna was just a hang out we did to break our shyness barrier. We were both meek ladies who have blossomed into the women we are today. With growing up, friends also grow apart. We have our own individual goals and dreams to accomplish and although we are no longer on speaking terms I do wish her the best of luck.
2012 was a struggle and emotionally exhausting. I take a look back now and see that all of that was needed in order to start anew in this grand year of 2013. Things have changed for the greater. I’m currently in the process of opening an ice cream parlor as the family business, I met the love of my life of which he moved in on Christmas, My music dreams are slowly but surely coming into view, I’m working on writing a horror film and I am a stronger/confident individual than I was in 2012.
In 2012, I came across a lot of people that I believed were good friends. When in actuality, they were nothing but people that used me as a doormat and somewhat were bullies. I didn’t realize this fact until I began to share my opinions and start truly being myself. Yes, I am a horror junkie, a metal head, sarcastic/dark humored, brutally honest, Dr. pepper and mac and cheese addict! I can admit my personality isn’t for everyone and I can be taken the wrong way. People only liked it when I agreed with them or didn’t challenge their view point. After awhile, it was right to wash my hands of the people that I did call friends.
I must say good riddance to 2012. Thank you for the negative experience and the life lessons. You will actually be kept documented within my brain for future reference.
Thanks for wasting time with my existence.
Blood & Guts
– Mercy Desdemona –
Tomorrow is supposedly doomsday for us all. Them Mayans. How many are left on this planet? Why don’t we go knock on their door and ask them about this? That’s right. Because they couldn’t even predict their own demise.
Doomsday. It’s kind of interesting how people go through life claiming certain days as DOOMSDAY and it NEVER happens. Isn’t the definition of insanity repeating the same thing and expecting a diff. result? Or something along those lines?
Religious nuts are the most depressive people I’ve ever met. They knock on your door – “Do you have five minutes of your time to talk about jesus?” – No not really, but entertain me. – “If you don’t follow him you’ll die and burn in hell 😀 ” – Slam door.- That was enlightening. It seems the more the religious nuts roam free the more Doom and gloom is passed around.
Would it be all that bad if the world did just end? I think not. And if it were to occur, We can’t do anything to stop it.
So shut up, grab a drink, have a BBQ and celebrate the 21st. And if you’d like, I’ll post a link to my live show tomorrow where my friend Luna and I are going to be celebrating national crazy day 🙂
Blood & Guts
*** Attention: This blog post may or may not stir issues/opinions/emotions and make you wish I was hit by a bus. You have been warned.****
I would like to take a moment out to discuss my views on the rise of gun crime, religious extremists, and emotions within todays society. Keep in mind that this blog post may cause issues – but I’m not about to sugar coat anything. I’m going to be real and to the point with my opinion and although this post may seem harsh — my heart goes out to all of those that have lost their lives in any manner other than natural causes.
Let’s begin with the rise of gun crimes. I personally believe the rise of gun crime isn’t because we are allowed to have guns — but its the people behind them. We allow people with mental instabilities roam around with the public every day because people see it as inhumane to keep them in institutions where they can receive help and be kept away from endangering the public. A gun is an object that doesn’t decide to kill — the person behind it does. Yes, I do believe in my 2nd amendment right — but what I don’t understand is how people blame the object but not the person behind it. I also think the rise in gun crimes and any crimes for that matter is because the looney’s that are allowed to roam around with the public believe in the “End of the World” conspiracy. So there attitude is just Fuck it. The world is going to end anyway let’s just lose our minds.
The second thing that’s been bugging me is the rise of religious extremists. No, I don’t agree with saying “god” in the pledge because America was built for religious tolerance. You don’t see other religions in the nation forcing you to be under their religion, why force it on others? But these are also the people that believe that Jesus or whatever is going to come down and save them on the 21st and I’ve even heard claims (by religious nut cases in my own family none-the-less) that people will be driving non-stop, regardless of traffic laws so Jesus or God or whatever will save them. I’m pretty sure if you keep driving regardless of laws you will infact see your god and take millions of innocent beings with you.
I love how people in this era seem emotionally detached. They cheat on ones they came to love. Sleep around and try to claim what I call the Pity Party. No one is true and secure. Just insecure people that toss everything away. Even emotions.People are to paranoid to trust so they end up alone popping pills. People are afraid to show emotions because they hide behind electronics. What have we come too?