If you know me, you probably read this quote and thought, “Jess, open to whatever? Pshaw! That girl’s a crazyface who has to plan everything.” And then you cackled to yourself.
But…I’m getting a little better.
While ambiguity was once my arch rival, we’re now mere frenemies. We even went out for coffee last week.
Maybe people never fully change, but behaviors can and do. So there.
I love Steve Martin, and I love this quote:
*In desperate times, [good] can be substituted for loud, obnoxious or good looking.
Described as contagious, infectious and the best medicine. It’s best when it’s forbidden, and the only good reason for a stomach ache.
Some of the best advice I ever received was from my friend Jen about six years ago: “Be honest, be humble, be you.” JT – you probably have no idea the impact these words had on me (or that you even said them at all) but it’s become a good mantra for difficult situations.
Good advice from a classic jammy.
And before anyone asks, yes – it bothers me that there’s a missing apostrophe.