Tuesday, May 25, 2010


I tend to use that word a lot to describe myself sarcastically. It did get me to wondering what it actually means as applied to myself. Obviously, I don't have the money, the house, the car, the body, etc to which most people would associate with it's use. But what I do have I think is more meaningful. Not to toot my own horn, but I think it is more of my personality that makes me fabulous, at least in my opinion. My compassion, my empathy, my sense of humor, my intellect, my handiness, my willingness to preserve, to forgive, to love, to learn. I think those are the things that make me fabulous. If I had all the other stuff I currently don't, then I would be fabulous squared or super fabulous, maybe even ultra fabulous. At least I know there is still room for growth and improvement.


Sean said...

Sounds fabulous to me.

Russ Manley said...

I think you're way ahead of the game, Dave. There are way too many guys who think it's the house, the car, and the money that make them special, when they're really not.

anne marie in philly said...

human traits are better than consumer goods ANY day!

Vương Tử Trực said...

Fabulous attitude mate, keep it up!

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