2003-12-01| 11:22 p.m.

The following is an attempt to combine two entirely seperate events which occured today.

When you pull your clothes out of the dryer, they have wrinkles. But those wrinkles happen no matter what, and they iron out really fast. When you're ironing, though, if you accidentally create a wrinkle and iron over it, it takes just short of forever to smooth it out.

Life is a lot like ironing. There's always going to be a few wrinkles, but they smooth themselves out with ease. It's the wrinkles you create on your own that never go away.