Smiling for yourself when days are gloomy can chase the moodiness away and replace it with acceptance and instant relief. … Read More Smile for yourself – MOVED to Lis Writes
Sometimes we pick up the old pair of shoes and put them on again, because we don’t have other pair of shoes, or we are just too lazy to find another pair that fits. Or worse, we are on a rebound! (You don’t believe? You haven’t meet enough women who are crazy about shoes, they mourn over shoes! – I am not one of them, I am a one pair of shoes woman, literally!)
When we have no shoes, or too impatient to hunt for that perfect pair again, we compromise for less, much less, and conveniently forget the pain that this pair of old shoes once brought. Perhaps there was a time that it fitted quite well, but that time has passed, yet we convinced ourselves that we could rekindle the good old comforting feelings once again.
Don’t get me wrong, I am not saying that all old shoes are no good. I am saying that the problematic ones are problematic.… Read More The Lesson of Bad Old Shoes
I didn’t appreciate alcohol until I am older. When I was young and stupid, there was only one reasonable objective to consume alcohol – to get drunk! I am not even close to being a wine connoisseur, but I am a wine appreciator, and I do enjoy the finer things in life. You know, things that… Read More Wine Appreciator, Wine Decanter, and Wine Chiller
Although everything bizarre in my life has just recently happened on that fateful vacation in February, but the desire to live a fuller life takes precedence over wallowing in cheap misery. I had a lecture to attend yesterday – and I do hate classes on weekend. After class, I went to a shopping mall to… Read More Memories are not always emotively entailed