because my time to return to full time work is drawing ever so near. Something I love to do when shopping is to
strike up conversations with women I do not know. It’s fun to ask what random strangers think
of an outfit or a garment. We rarely plunge deeply into our lives….no
talk of what economic class we are in…what political beliefs we hold…what
professions we have…not even the differences in our ages. For just a moment,
we are simply WOMEN connected through our love of fashion and our need to
connect with one another. I have laughed
and fellowshiped with some amazing women…who some, so far, I haven’t seen since the encounter.
the world and share our love of style, fashion, beauty. Every now and then we may go a little deeper,
but for the most part we do not broach any potential divisions only the connections. I personally believe just by being women we
share much in common and can meet daily on equal grounds. And there are women I have met through the blogs I am happy to call friends and would welcome an opportunity to spend time with them face to face. All of you are special!
internalize it…which really wasn’t easy when I was younger, but has become
easier with age… “Be Slow to Speak, Quick to Listen, and Slow to
Become Angry.” I think it saved my
marriage several times!!
as we Live and Grow Together!
appointment is not until later this week!
I kind of have a stripe down the middle of my head! I applaud those who have the courage to be
all natural…you are truly inspiring! As
of this moment, I enjoy my hair too much as it is and I am not ready to make a
change. Someday, I know, I will join
those of you who are experiencing freedom right now! Actually, my hair stylist is a friend and I
would miss her toooooo much!!