That woman there in the photo on the right, that's me at the start of my 38th birthday celebration. Doesn't she look happy? I was! In spite of the snow fall that January night, quite a few of my friends had managed to make it to my party and I had my special birthday martini… Continue reading Libby (42 / Single / No kids)
I almost typed the title of this post without the asterik, but figured I'd ease into the profanity on this blog. As I work to develop my writing voice I have to be authentic and the authentic me swears. Sometimes a lot. And as a good friend suggested when we discussed my blog, my blog… Continue reading F*ck the glass slipper! It’s all about the purple suede stilettos
I just read the following phrase: "Try Jesus. If u don't like him, satan will always take you back" and all I could think as I read it is, "WOW! So if I don't believe in Jesus I'm damned?" It's such a strong statement, extenuating circumstances aren't a consideration. It's been that kind of week… Continue reading Absolutely- NOT!
Last week I watched two movie classics, Funny Face with Fred Astaire and Audrey Hepburn, and An American in Paris with Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron. I have a few observations to share. I used to love musicals and now I find them annoying. Though I thought this was a recent discovery, it actually dates… Continue reading What’s the opposite of May/December?
I've heard people say that people swear/cuss/use profanity because of their small vocabularies. I disagree. There are just situations in which no other word but a profane one will do. The use of just one cuss word can convey emotions that no other word and often, no other phrase, can. I know that when I… Continue reading What Cee Lo said!
I've been feeling really cheated lately. I feel that I have spent my life working my ass off for everything that I have and I'm exhausted. I'm no longer seeing what I have as blessings but as compensation for all I put in to this thing called life. I look around me at the amazing… Continue reading Small Request
Towards the end of Michael Jackson's memorial service, his daughter spoke these words, "Ever since I was born, Daddy has been the best father I could imagine. I just want to say I love him so much." Those words spoke volumes to me. They were a reminder that Michael Jackson wasn't just an item in… Continue reading …in the end