I just realized what a dipshit I am. Don’t know exactly when it began But it certainly wasn’t part of my plan.

I understand how condescending I’ve become. Thinking I’m the only one that gets things done. You can’t be productive if you are having fun.

Step Outside yourself for just five minutes. That’s all it takes to know who you are. Step Outside yourself: I can show you how. You really don’t have to go very far.

I know, ’cause I can hear what you’re thinking. Everyone loves me so why all the cursing? I hate the thought of endless reversing.

Step Outside yourself for just five minutes That’s all it takes to know who you are. Step Outside yourself: I can show you how, You really don’t have to go very far.

Step Outside and pay attention. It’s not like the rest of the world needs your attention. It takes a little effort and not much time. Come on out, the answer is in the rhyme.

Give me a minute And if you                 look at you The way I                  look at me We can Step Outside together.

Step Outside yourself for just five minutes. That’s all it takes to know who you are. Step Outside yourself: I can show you how. You really don’t have to go very far.

 I just realized what a dipshit I am. Don’t know exactly when it began But it certainly wasn’t part of my plan.

(C) MSK 2-5-2019

Comments
  1. richardyadon says:

    Good idea! We all have a personal blind spot to some part of our personality and actions. Unless you have a good friend you can trust, you’ll never see it unless you step outside of yourself.

    Richard Yadon | http://www.RichardYadon.com

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    • midimike says:

      Thanks! I guess this is another advantage of age. The perspective becomes easier as you are forced to remember your actions over the years. When you add them up you may see a blind spot or two.
      I think it is much better to rely on a good friend! I appreciate your visit and please feel welcomed, friend!

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