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  1. I guess as long as you can live with the side effects, moping as a weight loss strategy? :o)

    I’m so sorry to hear you’ve been moping. I know it doesn’t help, but I miss you tremendously and you are loved.

    And by the way – unlike most people you don’t have to “attempt greatness.” You just simply are.

  2. I think everyone mopes and self-doubts once and a while. If it doesn’t last too long I think it’s ok. I know I’m good at what I do. 97.68% of the time I’m great at my job. But then, there’s that 2.32% when I think I suck that I’m an idiot and I have no idea what I’m doing. Then I start thinking about what I can do not to suck. That’s when I realize that I’m already doing it so I come to the conclusion that I don’t actually suck.

    I know you know you don’t suck and you got more greatness in you. But just in case here’s a little reminder:

    – House Arrest parts 1 through 35
    – Inamorata parts 1 through 36
    – Temporary Girlfriend 1-20
    – Conversations About a Redhead
    – Between the Shadow and the Soul
    – Extreme Sensitivity

    And, of course “Bleeding through Kingdoms” which my 89-year-old grandmother is now reading and apparently enjoying a lot. She has to read with a magnifying glass so if she hasn’t given up yet it’s a very good sign.

    You’re allowed a short period of moping but then you have to snap out of it. There are people depending on you and your everlasting greatness. :). And for all of you Joe six-packs out there doing a drinking game, ‘suck’.

    Now if you’ll excuse me I have to go talk to a fictional San Francisco inspector. You think you’re the only crazy around here?

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