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Gosh it’s really hard sometimes when you feel like criticism or comments you get are not valid, exaggerated or unfair. You want to defend yourself and set things clear but at the same time not seem petty. You know? You need to let it go. Forget. But it keeps sneaking into your thoughts making you angry and annoyed. When all you should do is put on a smile and move on. That is the best approach nine times outta ten. Besides, some people will never get it, so just let them be. Save your energy. Blog about it. Did I tell you guys, speaking of getting annoyed, I tried a commuter bus? It was a fail before I even started, with me trying to refund it. Unsuccessfully. So Monday I got on the bus. It was ok. Coming back however I ended up in Sittingbourne. Yup. For a few reasons, I didn’t suspect being on the wrong bus, but all of the sudden it’s just me and another lady. The bus driver freaks out completely and calls his office. He obviously finds it very odd that the ticket lady hasn’t picked up that I was on the wrong bus when I showed my ticket getting on in the first place. As am I and also worrying about how to get home at that stage. It’s not far by car, but I know it’s not one train to Maidstone. Anyway, I just got off and walked towards the station. An eight minutes walk resulting in two cars passing and whistling – what’s wrong with that place?! Feeling very sorry for myself and a bit concerned I decide to grab a cab. Oh did I tell you my phone battery was dead as well? I was playing with my phone anyway, as women do, to make it seem like I’m in contact with people, people who know where I am – so don’t you dare rape and kill me! He didn’t, despite strange behavior and a slight alcohol smell. Maybe it was just his perfume (?) and maybe he was just trying too hard to make me feel safe. Either way, I lived to tell the story. Now I’m back on the train for the rest of the month. Yay!