Isnt it great to have great friends!!! I was brought to tears last night by my girl,my rock, my confidant! She got me these gorgeous designer shoes(I had an orgasmic moment when I saw them shoes)...I wasnt even expecting it. We've always shared great presents, BUT this time she went all out! And its not that she forked out an expensive present (*cough*) but they way she did it(a treasure hunt trail in my house..), and what we've been through this year!I dont have many female friends, acquitances yes, but friends I can count them on one hand! And one thing I can say is we have a foundation of trust, I can say anything and they wont judge me. I value their advice, we do disagree, our views of an 'attractive' guy are different, our fashion senses are different but its how different we are that compliments our friendship! They've pushed me and supported me in my career choices, on my book-writing project! I have distanced myself from former friends because that foundation of trust was tampered with and they have been devalued to the 'acquitances' folder. Today I'd like the world to know I have the greatest friends and I so love them...through thick n thin we rise!! I have also met great people here on Blogville..u guys rock!!!
Was out of town this weekend to celebrate a friend's bday& it was good fun. Met some-one I had once offered a helping hand to, we had lost touch so it was good to see her again. At the party, there were some females who had brought their husbands to the party. People could be seen muttering, shaking their heads and all sorts...WHY? Well, because their husbands were not only much older than them BUT they were also white. People seemed to see something wrong with that picture, it really couldnt have been love or is it? I tried to defend them saying we really couldnt be judges but i was hushed by a talk to the hand gesture and that I was only trying to be 'nice'.
I'm not saying that those girls might have had ulterior motives when they married their men, but I'm saying there could be something else they've grown to love or fond of on their partner. I have also said 'Those two dont suit each other' just judging by the appearance of the couple, maybe the looks, height, weight etc. Who still wonders what Beyonce sees in Jay-Z? Ok maybe not them, because I find Jay-Z so attractive!(he has that err je ne sais quoi). A friend of mine also told me that she goes for guys that most would call ugly, but she called it 'unique'.
Sometimes we even drop potential partners because of what our friends might have said, or our parents. I know some-one who wouldnt date a guy just because he was 'too dark'! I remember a convo I had with Afrobabe (a recently acquited great friend),where I told her that there are certain accents I just wont date..lol..vain..maybe! I however have dated non-Zimbabweans, and actually prefer it that way!! So what's the silliest thing you've said 'hell naw' to?It might be silly to others but to you its not...share with me. And as always happy sexing..xoxo