Love or hate them, good or bad, you've made them. I made the choice to make this blog, I made the choice to make this post, and you chose to read it. I chose to read your blog posts just as you chose to make them. We make many choices a day, even if we don't realise it. Don't get up to much in your day? That's a choice right there. Or you choose to get something done. Me, I seem to choose to not do much really.
We do make a lot of choices and it's actually usually the little ones that add up to making a big change in our lives. How different would things be if I didn't choose to make a blog? Hard to say, it's not really been long enough. But I do know that I might have been forced to go back on welfare, and I wouldn't be very happy. I'm not mentally fit for that, and I'm not unfit enough to not need to work. I'm a delicate balance inbetween.
Like I said it is mostly the little choices that make a big difference. If you chose to leave your house a minute after you were going to, you might end up being late, getting in trouble, having a go at your boss, getting fired, and then who knows. Yes, I'm being cynical there, but it's just who I am, choices can end well too. Maybe you hated your job, you hated your boss, and you end up in one even better. All of it can be traced back to just going out a few minutes too late.
All the big things that have happened in your life can probably be traced back through a series of seemingly small choices that make big things happen. A few years ago I chose to join Facebook in an effort to appease my girlfriend, 2 years later I'm not with her anymore, but I am talking to my best friend on Facebook. If I hadn't chose to make an account, I probably might never have met Jesse again, and I don't really want to think about what my life would have been like then. I can't really remember those two years, and it's really for the best. I just know I played Warcraft so much people thought I didn't sleep because I was on when they went to bed, and on when they woke up. My old girlfriend in the first place started with a tiny choice. She was on the college bus with me, and she told someone her MSN address, I heard what she said, and asked her if I could add her too. It was a spur of the moment, I barely knew her, and I expected her to say no because of it. She chose to say yes, and everything changed for the both of us really.
I could talk more about some of the choices I've made in my time (Just did a little there), and I might do some other time, but for now, just think about some of the small choices you've made, and what came from it. Hopefully you'll make the choice to keep reading, and stay classy.
Oh, if you did ask a question yesterday, be sure to check back for the answer if you haven't already.