Until my dear, lovely, wonderful father died 5 years ago, I called him for help. Now I'm on my own....facing the fear.
I'd like to be queen to Budda and I try to put the little suckers outside with a blessing, but the bottom line is.......I'm afraid they'll just knock on the door, holler and find another way to come back in.
I've suffered a couple of hideous spider bites; both on my face and it wasn't pretty. We're talking HOSPITAL time. Because of this, I'm not so generous. Bye, Bye for you!!
So, three blogs in and I'm thinking...I've got writer's block............already!
Say it isn't so. I have SO much to say - what's going on?
I worry too much. What will people say, what will they think, did I spell check, how is my grammar? As "someone" once told me..."fagetaboutit" (best said with an Italian accent)
Fagetaboutit is what I'm gonna do.
Delete my 2nd post people.
I was thinking today...why do some people in 2010 think they need to act like its 1950 (picture apron, cooking, stay at home wife/mother, children at feet). Not that there was anything wrong with that at the time, but pleassssssssssssse people - welcome yourself to 2010 and celebrate.
Kick some ass - Be independent - strong - a team player - equal... and LOVELY!!
Thanks for your feedback on my first post and bearing with me as I delve into blog land. I'm not at all boring and will strive to hold your interest.
I did receive one tiny bit of feedback from a superb friend who said "if I didn't know and love you and I read your blog, I don't think I'd read it". How rude, right? No, I don't think so at all.
When blogging, you put yourself out there, so I'm open to all feedback. What she meant was, although what I said was true, I didn't show my smart ass, sassy, direct, funny and deliciously vulgar side. I get it!
I'm sensitive (hyper sensitive in fact), but realistic too. I appreciate honesty - good, bad or delightfully ugly.
Stick with me...........I promise to make you smile, cry, laugh and/or maybe even tune out.
Unlike family, we choose each other. No mandatory socializing, just sought after girl time. We share joy, heartache, new love, children (pet's included), grief, weddings, marriage, divorce, birth, work....all aspects of life. We cry, laugh, share, listen, give advice, listen more...usually over wine and delicious food.
Did I mention we talk about sex too? We do. We delight in it actually. It's fun conversation. He did what??? Delish!
I want my girlfriends in my life. Need them in fact. They help me grow, learn and explore. They hold me up when I'm down and lift me when I fall. I have new friends, old friends, deleted friends, lost friends (who live in my heart). I have single friends, married friends, divorced friends, separated friends, friends with boyfriends, happy friends, sad friends, looking for love friends - all cherished.
We are logical, silly, funny, serious, passionate, crazy, nurturing, compassionate, and strong loving women.