Saturday, July 23, 2011

Drama Queen

So recently, I've been accused of causing "drama"... or being a "drama queen". I've always wanted to be royalty!!

All because I got my feelings hurt abt never being invited to a playgroup with women in my ward...(see acceptance post) ((which is fine now cuz I really don't care to go anyways with my drama and all)). Then I texted her and tried to apologize for the hard feelings saying maybe someday we'll be friends, blah blah blah and that's when the word drama came about.

Okay well let me tell you.. if that is considered drama, I'm super underpaid!

Drama Queen: a person given to often excessively emotional performances or reactions

Sounds pretty much like all women are drama queens or cause some sort of drama in their own way. And by calling me one, she in return is stirring up her own drama, bringing that drama to light by saying I cause drama and in fact is a drama queen herself. Catch all that??

So this is what I have to say to anyone who feels I'm too dramatic - until you get to know me, you have no say whether my issues are important or unimportant. And regardless, they shouldn't have any impact on you whatsoever. And if it bugs you that much, get off my blog!!! HAHAH



Kris said...

Drama? Blah, blah, blah. People who accuse others of being drama queens are just trying to feel superior. Just smile & know that you're a queen- no matter HOW you got the title!

Keaven Neely said...

You crack me up! I love you because you are so DRAMA FREE. Whatever woman said you were a queen at it... She wishes she could stir up as much drama as you can when so inclined!!! You rock lady. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise.

manda carol said...

My husband and I always laugh because usually the people who complain about drama and are the first to point it out in other people are the ones who crave and instigate it in their own lives. That sucks that when you were looking for inclusion you got this backlash in return. Sometimes women are crappy. (Trust me I know!)