I’m in my favorite Blogging attire: fleece pajama pants, loose t-shirt, no bra, fuzzy socks, slippers and my headset playing some Jackson Browne. Life doesn’t get better than this, not for me.
I had a “spa” day with a couple of girlfriends this afternoon. It was such a great day. I really enjoyed getting into some serious discussions about life, religion or lack of it, ambitions, dreams, insecurities, and passions. I love conversations that help me grow as a person. It was one of those kinds of days.
One of the ladies pointed out that I say this certain phrase constantly whenever I am talking. She was doing it in a kind way and just making me aware of it. I have been saying it for so long, why hadn’t anyone else ever told me. She would touch her nose every time I said it; I’m surprised her nose didn’t fall off by the end of the day. I know I have your curiosity peeked, “what is the phrase.” I told her that when I “write” that “phrase” never appears. “What do you think that means,” she asks.
I think it’s about insecurities that we all have, it’s the baggage that we all carry from our childhoods. The feeling of not wanting to be singled out, appear inferior to others. I find that through my writing my authentic being appears. This is who I am, the real me. Wow, that’s just so powerful to me. I just feel lucky because I feel like I “get it.” I’m unique, I have dreams that I am trying to make a reality. I’m excited about the future and what life holds for me if I leave myself open to the possibilities.
Hi there. I love your blogging attire. No bra – wonderful – the relief!! Excuse me, but you didn’t tell us what it is that you keep saying (unless it’s something about getting it!). We-re all agog. Glad you had a good time at the Spa with your friends. Something we should all do from time to time.
No bra is the way to go!!! 🙂 Yes… a day at the spa is wonderful!! I need one of those days!
I found the excrutiating detail of your writing attire mildly erotic and stimulating.
Spa Day sounds better than paying a therapist.
Thanks for the blog fix, I was in withdrawal.
Hi Sandy, like THISISME I was waiting for the phrase. What is it? And I need a spa day BAD! I’m going crazy about that phrase so lease don’t keep me waiting too long! love your writing, keep it up!
Alright, now that I have built up the anticipation the phrase is –
“you know what I mean.” It’s ridicules how often I say it… I am trying to make myself aware as the “you” slips from my lips.
Wish me luck…
And William you sound like a pervert, keep it clean, LOL…
Thanks Sandy, Do you know Aunt Lena once told me (when I was first married that I used to say “YOU KNOW” in every sentence. I started to listen and by GOD she was right. Not that I like admitting that, but I did work on it and I don’t do it as much, but I do slip once and a while.
Yeah William keep it clean about my niece or I will be forced to take action no one will like!!!
Guess you must be very comfortable
around me, because I can’t ever remember you saying that phrase.
I so enjoy reading whats on your mind and go back on some of your past post when i’m missing you.
Awww thanks Mom. I love that you read my posts and are always so supportive in all I do. I’m getting teary eyed just typing this. Love you tons.
Nice to know you had fun…:) And everyone has these phrases we keep using,don’t we? I’m wondering what’s mine now…