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Posted:Nov 29, 2021 7:36 pm
Last Updated:Nov 30, 2021 6:52 pm
Love's my religion but he was my faith
Something so sacred so hard replace
Fallin' for him was like fallin' from grace
All wrapped in one he was so many sins
Would done anything, everything for him
And if you ask me I would do again

No need imagine
'Cause I know 's true
They say, "All good boys go heaven"
But bad boys bring heaven you

You don't realize the power they
Until they leave you and you want them back
Nothing in this world prepares you for that
I'm not ashamed that he wasn't the one
Had no idea what we would become
's no regrets I just thought was fun

No need imagine
'Cause I know 's true
They say, "All good boys go heaven"
But bad boys bring heaven you

I still remember the moment we met
The touch that he planted, the garden he left
I guess the rain has just half that effect

No need to imagine
'Cause I know 's true
They say, "All good boys go heaven"
But bad boys bring heaven you
's automatic
's just what they do
They say, "All good boys go heaven"
But bad boys bring heaven you
Do NOT Ever Let Anyone Undervalue You!
Posted:Nov 27, 2021 6:52 pm
Last Updated:Nov 29, 2021 9:28 am
I just had to remind myself of this yesterday! Do not ever let anyone undervalue you!

Successful and happy people have one thing in common when it comes to love, life, and even money. They know their self-worth. More importantly, they never, ever, ever let anyone undervalue them.

Never Forget Your Self-worth.
I wanted to start this by saying -you are worthy,- in case you really needed to hear it today. True as it is, me saying it kind of defeats the purpose of discovering and embracing your self-worth. I mean, the -self- part says it all!

If you are constantly down on yourself, thinking that you are not good enough, pretty enough, or just enough, period, you will never accomplish anything in life. I know, that sounds kind of blunt, but think about it, you will constantly have that little voice in your head saying, -You cannot do it. You are going to fail anyway, why bother trying? So, you will let fear rule your life and hold you back.

Knowing your self-worth is not just about succeeding in your career or love life, though. When you undervalue yourself, you are more likely to let people take advantage of you in other areas of your life. For example, you could end up in a loveless -or worse, an abusive-relationship because you do notthink you deserve better.

Maybe you will run yourself ragged doing things for others because you feel like you are not worthy enough for them to like you if you are not useful to them. Or end up sitting alone at a party because you think you are not interesting enough.

You get the point, right? All of these things- staying in awful relationships and friendships, not standing up for ourselves at work, even not speaking up when we have something to say- all boils down to one thing- undervaluing ourselves as people.

So, how do we find our self-worth?
I would love to give you a handy little bullet-point list here outlining the steps to take. Unfortunately, I cannot tell you how to find your self-worth. It is a very personal journey that you will have to take alone. It is better that way.

We all need to spend a little more time on self-reflection, especially during times like these.

A lot of people turn to journaling. Self-discovery prompts are a great way to go, especially if they ask detailed questions. If journaling is not your thing, though, try something else. Meditate on it. Read self-help books. Give yourself pep talks in the mirror. Do whatever it takes to really drive home the message that you are worth it, whatever -it- may be. Just remember, true worth is not defined by WHAT you have, but by WHO you are.

Once you have done that, it is time for the second part- never, ever letting anyone undervalue you.

Walk Away from Anyone That Undervalues You
I came across a fantastic quote that inspired this section. It said, Know your worth, you must find the courage to leave the table if respect is no longer be served. That is a wonderful way to put it?

It does not always mean cutting people out of your life entirely if they do not recognize the magnificent person that you are. At least, that is how I interpret it. To me, it means that if someone does not know how to treat you with respect, limit your interactions with them, and do not let them have power over you. So, instead, limit your interactions to situations that you can control. Stick to small talk and leave if they get disrespectful.

Also, please (please, please) remember that no amount of -keeping the peace- is worth more than your health, safety, mental well-being. Knowing your own self-worth and never being afraid to walk away from those who do not value you will help you live a healthier and happier life. So, right now, go look in the mirror and truly tell yourself, -I am amazing. I am awesome. I am worth it.

Say it again, and again, and again. As many times as it takes to really believe it. Your future self will thank you for it.

Posted:Nov 27, 2021 4:40 pm
Last Updated:Nov 30, 2021 2:21 pm
So I have to say that this site has been a good way of making friends during the pandemic. I've had quite a few misadventures but nothing that I can sincerely complain about... it has been good!

Recently, I was lucky enough to make a new friend, who is really awesome! A snarky remark and that was it... we've been talking each others ears off every day since. It seems that so many people find so many obstacles to meeting others. In reality, those are just excuses because there are so many ways to meet people here, even if it is virtually. We've had virtual dinner dates, virtual movie nights and even watched Yellowstone together. Of course I am sure you all know that is my favorite show of all time!

But out of all of the men here, he is the first to actually ask me out on a real date! He admitted that he didn't think I would accept (I am not sure why men think I will say no to invites) but he did and I will be flying to Kentucky next week to be his guest at a wedding. Maybe I'll catch the bouquet and I will be the next (not really, I'm running the opposite direction because this girl does not use the L or M words, ever!)

So I am excited to visit some really cool historic places and have a handsome friend showing me around. And I don't even have to make the wedding cake to be invited! LOL.

Carriage rides, Wickland, Churchill Downs and Angel's Envy.... are on the itinerary! Can you tell I'm a little bit excited?

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Newest Acquisition
Posted:Nov 27, 2021 3:47 pm
Last Updated:Nov 30, 2021 2:21 pm
What do you do on a rainy day in Texas... you buy a motorcycle. Not really... but I've been searching for one and a friend of the family had this one he was parting with. It is the most perfect bike ever. It will be here tomorrow and when I get back from Kentucky, I'll be taking some lessons so I can get it out on the road.

I guess you can say I'm having a middle age crisis and need fast things.... NOPE, I already love fast things this will just complete my collection!


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