Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh

Vague Chris is vague

First, for me-reasons, today when I imagined myself saying this to someone who used to be in my life, I laughed out loud. In the loud bindery where I'm working, so other people probably didn't hear me. Anyway, I like this and feel it could be a line of dialogue:

You hold me to a standard you hold no one else to. I guess I should be flattered.

In other, happier news, I won't say yet what it is, but I get to go to something cool next week. Because of being trustworthy and doing a good job. (I don't mean the bindery job, though I'm doing that job well, too.)

If anyone's confused by either thing I mentioned here, hell, message me. I'll tell you. *grins*

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