The irony of this post: it was typed during a VERY rainy morning. I would've posted last night, but...well, you know.

Anyways, as a result of last night, I'm in probably one of the better moods I've been in for quite some time. It's hard not to be. I mean, come on, did you see that game?!? Shame on you if you didn't, and if you weren't going absolutely crazy (especially in the 3rd period), go find a corner and sit ALL THE WAY DOWN.

Holy tangent, Batman. Back to the good mood point.

Whenever you're in a good mood, or even a great one, people always feel the need to knock you off that high platform. That's really just the case in everyday life. Do something good or are on the verge of doing something good, there's always going to be those people who either want to all of a sudden be your best friend or worse, initiate your downfall.

Simply put, when its looking like you're about to reach the top, people are going to multiply their attempts to knock you down times 100. The best way to deal with them? Keep moving on up, and put the blinders on.

You don't have to let others start to put the full-court press on strapping you down to the ground. Long story short, read the title again. Don't let them rain on your parade. Keep marching and moving on up.



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