My very first blog post -- ever.
I was minding my own beeswax reading a magazine on the subway recently when I noticed all these teenage girls staring at me. They whispered to each other, giggled and pointed. Finally, I caught my reflection in a window and figured out the cause of the hullabaloo. Robert Pattinson, the vampire dude from Twilight, was on the cover of my Vanity Fair. What’s the big whoop? Sure, Pattinson is lovely in a James Dean knockoff way. But because of him, legions of adult women and their daughters are fantasizing about waifish boys flying down from the skies to fang them in the craw. Boggles the mind. Maybe the vampire thing doesn’t do it for me because I have trouble getting turned on by scenarios that could never happen. Or maybe because I actually dated a vampire.
We all live busy lives. It is not easy to tackle our jobs, families, hobbies and make time for our friends. But still, we definitely should try. Good friends are hard to find, especially girlfriends, and our precious bonds need to be cherished, nurtured and looked after. Do you wonder how to keep your friendship healthy and alive? Try these easy steps. 1. Bond regularly. No matter how. When lives get hectic and schedules go crazy, canceling on your friends is sometimes unavoidable. Of course your best friend will understand when you do it once. Even when you do it twice. Maybe even when you do it three times. But sooner or later she will get offended and / or hurt which may harm your friendship for good. If times are insane, explain to your friend that you might not be able to make your regular weekly brunch, drinks or coffee break and offer an alternative.
A man and woman of same work and career interests though he is younger to me by 10 years.
Trying to figure out if I should just let go and move on or not
FIGUARING IT OUT!
Don't understand, why does it take so much work to find a guy that is HONEST!
Female friendship can be tricky. Are you sure that your best friend is also your real friend?
Looking for something interesting and real.
To be open or not to be?