05-07-17 Musing of a woman in her mid (ahem) thirties…

 

  1. Ladies- If I’m walking behind you and I can clearly see the lines from where you were sitting on the toilet… your shorts are too short.
  2. Gentlemen- Pull up your pants. You might think that I’m old and I just don’t get the trend, but that trend started in the 90’s. It looked stupid then… It still looks stupid. If you want to be taken seriously, dress like a grown up, not like my two year old who needs a diaper change.
  3. Ladies- Don’t get too comfortable with a man that has cheated on someone else to be with you. Chances are he won’t stick around long.
  4. Young People- There’s no such thing as a soul mate. Let me rephrase this. There is no one person that will complete you or fix you. Every person is flawed. Asking a flawed person to fix you will only end in heartache.
  5. Young People- Do you want to know what your future spouse will be like? See how his/her parents interact. (You will either end up with the same relationship or one that is polar opposite.) Watch how a man talks to his mother or a woman’s relationship with her dad. Take note on how they talk about previous relationships. If they never seem to be at fault, they will never see room for improvement in themselves.
  6. Ladies- If you want a man to fight for you, be a woman worth fighting for. Have  integrity. Be honest. Know your own worth apart from a man.
  7. You don’t have to win every argument. Relationships are more important than being right. If your stubbornness will cost a friendship, think again.
  8. Consequences happen. Good ones and bad ones. Don’t be surprised by them.
  9. Marry your best friend. Choose to love them every day… even when it’s hard… No, wait… Especially when it’s hard.
  10. Don’t be afraid to say you’re sorry. If you are wrong, admit it. Swallow your pride and do what’s right. And in return, forgive others before it is even requested.

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