How objective can you be about yourself? I often ‘stand outside of myself’ and observe. It’s something I really like to do and I can be very honest with myself, about myself. So, needless to say, I loved the WordPress Daily Prompt from January 8: “Describe your personal style, however you’d like to interpret that — your clothing style, your communication style, your hair style, your eating style, anything.”
My ‘look’ has evolved and changed hundreds of times during my lifetime. I’d be bored to tears if I always looked the same. Wouldn’t you?
Apparently I was always determined to create my own style — even as far back as when I was a toddler. My mother used to tell me she’d pick out an outfit and I’d shake my head “no”; and insist Continue reading →
Loved yesterday’s WordPress Daily Prompt: “Plan the ultimate celebration for the person you’re closest to, and tell us about it. Where is it? Who’s there? What’s served? What happens?
Quite a lot for me to think about. Not to mention a hell of a lot of planning and work.
After much deliberation, as it turns out, “the person I’m closest to” is myself. So I’m throwing a party for me. Reminds me of a Sex and the City episode when Carrie got fed up contributing to gift registries for all her friends.When they became engaged, or got married, or had kids, or bought homes, or were celebrating anniversaries.
So she decided to start a gift registry for herself. For no reason, other than to invite everyone she knew to contribute to her collection of Manolo Blahnik shoes. It’s a good idea. Maybe I’ll do that with my VISA bill. How do you think I’d do on Kickstarter? Isn’t that what crowd sourced funding is all about? Getting other