Long, silky legs twirl passionately Emitting aromas pungent and flare - Tempting fate with the dance of the wrist. It coats the tongue, Tantalizing taste buds long laid dormant. Generous with it’s embrace of bliss Obscenely unaware of the lurking sentiments it has hidden. Wine allie : 7|7|2020
In retrospect, I think the old adage should encourage us to live a full life and if you have some regrets nestled in there, then that’s okay too.
A moment of honesty with myself. A realistic, very necessary, understanding I must impress upon myself. A harsh truth for ears pruned to eat constructive criticism for breakfast.
reality teach us that no one else can 'know' for you. you cannot be told when the universe is calling for you to release the death grip you hold on comfort. no one can measure how much your soul can bare, or how little it can hold. only you can define the pinnacle of 'enough'… Continue reading 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕚𝕟𝕟𝕖𝕣 & 𝕦𝕥𝕥𝕖𝕣 𝕥𝕣𝕦𝕥𝕙.
I feel confident in saying a large percentage of women in traditional relationships expect men to provide the sparks of happiness in their lives.
As early as I can remember, I've been told to be the bigger person. When I had shady siblings who mistreated me, my father told me "Be the bigger person, they're just jealous." When my Husband caused me emotional stress, his mother told me "Be the bigger person, Women mature faster than Men." When I… Continue reading Changing the perspective…
Black Box Wines, Check. Sunglasses, Check. Selfie Stick, Check. We stood amidst the cool, Chicago breeze waiting to board the bright yellow beauty of a boat called the SeaDog. As we waited in line, we made casual small talk with our soon to be co-riders and basked in the setting sun along Lake Michigan's… Continue reading Fleeting Boats Leave Lasting Memories at Chicago’s Navy Pier
"Stumbling and a little annoyed now - he's ignoring my protests and I'm wondering what the hell he's up to."
When you find something good, you stick with it.