December 5, 2013 No Comments
I’ve been blogging for a very long time, and boy has it changed over the years! I feel like in the blink of an eye the blogging world has whizzed past me. There are all these new aspects to it, new skills you have to master in order to be successful. In all honesty, I’m at a loss here. I remember a time when you just wrote what you wanted to, and you were thankful when someone read it.
I suppose change is a part of life. There is always something new to learn in order to be your best. So I have decided to do some updating. I’ve been looking into using a SEO reseller, in an effort to make myself easier to find. Everyone has a blog now, so maybe I can get some tips about how to make myself stand out.
Having browsed through all the SEO reseller programs, I am confident I found one that suits my needs. Now it’s just a matter of putting these practices to use for myself. We’ll see how that works out, I guess.
I’ve also thought about perhaps changing some things around visually. I think a new layout is in order! That’s my favorite part, it’s just like shopping for a new dress. It’s much more entertaining than all this SEO business! But I am learning.
Apart from that nothing new to report here. Just a lot of the day to day, and a mild case of Dexter withdrawals. Nothing a new good show can’t fix! I’m thinking of having just one last Dexter marathon before I let it go completely though. Sounds like a good plan, no?
December 5, 2013 No Comments
I have this friend who is going through a crisis. And this isn’t one of those stories that are “about a friend”, but really about me, so don’t go assuming things. No, my friend… we’ll call her Chrystal, suspects her husband of cheating. She doesn’t have any solid evidence, but she does have this gut feeling based on his behavior. All of it could be explained away by work stress or insecurity, and what’s sad is I find myself defending him. I keep making those explanations on his behalf, because I absolutely don’t want her to be right!
I don’t know how to guide my precious friend through this situation. What if I am trying so hard to be the voice of reason, and all the while her gut is right? I feel an obligation to prepare her for the worst, while keeping her hope alive. I know I can only do so much from the outside, and that this is between her and her husband. I’ve just never been so close to someone going through something so heartbreaking.
Have you ever been in this type of situation? If so, how did you handle it?
November 30, 2013 No Comments
I know this is a bit personal of a subject, but I have to share my frustration with someone. I have to vent! So here goes…
I’m getting really fed up with bra shopping lately. They never fit me right, never. The cup size is too big, the straps are too loose, the under wire pokes me in the side. It’s always something. I get a little violent when I get my freshly purchased bra home from the shop, only to find it has one of these flaws. I would try them on in the fitting rooms, but it seems like I am always in a rush to get somewhere.
But that all seems to be looking up for me. I decided to try an online store a friend recommended to me. I finally found the bra I’ve been dreaming of. Best bra I have ever worn in my life! It fits perfectly, and to put it bluntly, it makes my boobs look amazing!
Seamless shape wear is another thing they seem to have perfected. I’ve lived the embarrassment of looking at myself in the bathroom mirror, only to notice that you can tell I’m wearing shape wear. But these are so perfect for me! I wore my tightest fitting dress to dinner last night, and it hugged every curve so perfectly. Also, it’s so comfortable. I completely forgot it was on, and I danced the night away in it, if that tells you anything.
I’m so happy to have resolved my undergarment issues. Hopefully other women in my shoes will be able to find their perfect fit too!