My Own Personal Heaven  

dicegrrl 39F
146 posts
11/23/2005 9:41 pm

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My Own Personal Heaven

Let me tell you about when I was happiest in my life. It wasn't that long ago, just three years ago. I was in a solid relationship that looked to end in marriage and we were living together. I had a good job, was making decent money and I lived in the beautiful state of Florida. I can't remember a time before or since that I have ever been so happy. Although the relationship ended badly, very badly. To the point where I didn't want to leave the house for 3 years I did learn a few things about myself.

I have always been an independent woman. My parents raised me to be that way. I've worked since I was 11, I started washing dogs for my mom's dog grooming business for a $1 a dog. That's including washing and drying! Talk about hard work. So I have never been one of those "needy weak" women who have to have someone come fix things for them. I despise those women. So I always thought I didn't want to be a typical woman, such as stay at home and raise the kids. That was until I was truly in love. I realized that I want to take care of my man. Not that I "have" to or "need" to, I WANT to. Not that it's my place or that it's a woman's lot in life. I discovered that I enjoyed taking time out of my busy day to pack his lunch, iron his shirt or have dinner waiting when he came home. I'm no one's slave, there has to be a balance. It made me feel incredibly good to show him in little but obvious ways that he was special to me and that I appreciated him. I was truly happy. I won't lie. I am looking for that man. But I'm smart enough to realize that this is not the place to find him. This is for play not for real. I just hope that when I find him that he will appreciate all the things I do for him and try to reciprocate in kind.


00flode50 60M
1 post
11/24/2005 7:54 pm

You have found wisdom beyond your years. It takes most of the majority of our exsistance to gain the insight you now have.

It is always the little things, always. And if our partners are to selfabsorbed to acknowledge those little things. Then they are not wise enough do those little things for us.

I wish all good things for you, everyone hsve nothing less then our dreams.


JarrodSparrow 33M

11/25/2005 10:17 am

I agree...it is the little things we do for one another that make life worthwhile and time spent with our partners happy and wonderful.

I think you discredit this place slightly though luv...hold your standards and look around for the right person here, and you might just find someone interested in more than just a one night stand and a good fuck.

Good men may be hard to find, but they are there...and they are just as horny as the bad ones.

Much love, ~J~


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