14,245,619 of those are single
13,824,345 of those married
Now watch, tomorrow I will walk into the man of my dreams.. lmao.. Nah.. the odds of that happening are 2nd to none!
Being IN love and just loving love are 2 different things to me. Some people need that out side love to get through their days. I can honestly say, I don’t. I need that IN side love, which to me is the strongest love. And that IN love started with me and ends with me. It is something I learnt over the past 7 years, after a lot of soul searching, from professional counselling and self help, I learnt what the difference is. For myself, being IN love is a serious thing versus loving love, which is a playful thing, the cutest, of sex in the afternoon, constant laughing, hand in hand when alone with that one person or in public, where no matter what the other person does, its cute and always an awe moment. I have already enjoyed those loving love moments and guess what? They don’t last. Being IN love comes with stress and tears and those, will he miss me, will I miss him fears? Where you do go to bed together after an argument and have the best making love session with tight squeezes and hard kisses saying I love you over and over. Loving love is a great thing, but it does not last, being IN love with the process, all the grit of getting to know each other and still wanting the other will be IN love for me.
I love me already, I love me very much, that is why I am still single and won’t settle for anything less than being IN love with a man that can match my self love, at least. So I wait for the man worthy of my love and who wants to be IN love.
Sometimes even after you scratch another person’s back, they don’t scratch yours in return. Some people are natural born takers, others givers. It’s all about not having great expectations of others. I guess that is one of the reason I don’t always ask for help but willing accept it, if offered. So for those days I can’t find anyone to scratch my back, I bought a back scratcher!!!! Not only does it scratch my back, it scratches other places too. And I am not offended, because I am the hand that controls how much and exactly where. Self control is a great thing. I forget where the hell I was going with this.
Recently I seen a picture of a lady wearing shoulder pads and it made me laugh and reminded me of just about a month ago, when I picked up a top at a 2nd hand clothing store, brought it home, gave it a glance over again before tossing it in the laundry.. it had shoulder pads!
Did not take me long to pull out the scissors and hack away to remove the pads from the shoulder seams of the top. What ever possessed someone to attach those terrible looking things to women’s top anyhow?
I am 4’10” tall, with little to no neck and to wear a top like that, well lets just say, I have my fathers round, semi square head, that pads make it look like a block on a ledge.. LOL..
But then I started to read about, shoulder pads in women’s clothing… they were made for people with narrow or sloping shoulders, made popular during the 1940s, 1980s, and late 2000s/2010s. Singers/artist such as Lady Gaga and Rihanna started wearing them in on stage costumes, that 1980’s look and a few young women were following them, making it a trend, bringing the shoulder pads back!
However, I don’t think time went crazy with it, because, I don’t think I actually go swindled out of $7.99 for a slightly worn blouse, more than a year old, did I? LOL
Oh well, it all went to a good cause, my money, to a used clothing bank to help out local charities. So I am going to look at the shoulder pads as a piece of a garment worn by a super hero, under her cape!!!
That’s right.. I am a super hero!..with no neck??? at 4’10” tall?
Hey!? Momma always said, big surprises come in small packages.. even super hero’s with padded shoulders!
Up, up and awayyyyy!!