I am utterly piqued by people’s impertinence. Soon, I can officially say that my nerves are shot. It’s not that I’d like that. Not even for some dramatic effect, no! I have to forgive myself for tossing out (temporarily) my positively sunny disposition. I am not perfect. No one is. But, impudence doesn’t become me…… Continue reading Piqued by people
Sometimes, you can’t help but write. Writing what’s inside your head is almost a matter of life and death. To not write is to suppress emotions. And those emotions are most probably bursting to get out. Bottling up emotions isn’t a good thing because we know what happens when we deny ourselves of the real…… Continue reading Writing Emotions
I have finally reached the end of my countdown to 45 and I can say that the dreadful feeling caused by thoughts of aging has been replaced by a strong resolve to be fierce even at 45. In fact, it is probably easier now to have fire and spunk because of my age. Happy birthday…… Continue reading Fierce and fiery at 45
I had an epiphany! He is NOT a loser! When one finds herself in a situation where she feels nothing but the slow painful breaking of her heart, it is understandable, almost expected, that her friends stand by her side, assuring her that HE is a loser and that IT is his loss. It might…… Continue reading Tribute to an almost gentleman
The day after I turned 30, I had a terrible back pain. I was convinced old age was out to get me from that day. I even went to a chiropractor to help me fix my back. Luckily, he was such a cutie. 🙂 Ah… but I – my car – accidentally reversed on his…… Continue reading Aging, Birthdays, Control
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Happy May Day all. Here are a few reasons to love May: It’s actually warm and the days are long The first of May is a day of celebration – no matter the reason, everyone finds something to celebrate on 1st May. I wonder if we could extrapolate this attitude……
I don’t suppose I’m the only one who find reasons (also reads: “excuses”) for failing to do what I set out to do even when I don’t look for them. Yes, I do find reasons to justify my non-performance… Yes, “reasons”; plural! They may even sound valid. For example, as the work week ended one…… Continue reading Acceptable off-balance or excuses?