I WILL like my rocks

Someone posted this quote recently, and I copied it down for future reference: “If you’re gonna be different, you’re gonna be hit with rocks. So learn to like rocks.” -Joshua Homme

A week or so ago I had the idea to really take hold of this concept and use it in a more “fleshed out” way. In the wake of the most difficult decision of my life, I am definitely being hit with rocks; and I know there is plenty more pain and difficulty to come.

But I want to try turning the negatives into positives as often as I can, not letting them impede my progress. So I’m gathering rocks and re-naming them. Here is a list of my re-named rocks thus far, 4 days into this new part of my journey…

I WILL be positive. I WILL like my rocks

I just wanted to know

Not sure where I came across this title, but it was a cheap or possibly even free from the Amazon Kindle Store. I will start by saying its not normally the kind of story I read so take that into consideration when you see my review of 2 stars. 2 stars seems a little harsh but 2 stars states the story “is okay” and for me that is what it was.
I did read it all the way to the end but will admit to skimming over parts because I just wanted to know how everyone ended up.

When I was reading this story I could picture it in my head like a tv drama. I think it was the infidelity that bothered me a bit (but I knew that is what this book was centered around before I read it), and the betrayal of friendship.

It was quite a sad tale really and therefore I didn’t really feel that the end was consistent with the rest of the book.