Look at my title! Worse than the National Enquirer, I’d say.
Oh, and know who else is on fire?
Not literally though, please 🙂 Just wanted to clear that up…
Sometimes I use bait and switch titles. But the thing is, I don’t feel like I’m being sleezy because the content of my post usually lives up to any hype I create, know what I mean? They say, “sex sells.” And I’m not afraid of the word or the subject, but I would be okay with President Monson reading this blog. Plus I feel like I am talented enough of a writer that I don’t need to wrongfully exploit the subject of sexuality to gain or please readers/ followers. Please read that as confidence, not arrogance.
I wanna feel a car crash….
There are other ways to get that “high on life” kinda feelings other than vehicular mistakes. Just sayin’
STAYING AS IT IS! (but will probably drop the “wordpress” part of it soon. looking into that)
P.S. I’ve received exactly 3 emails on the subject matter
YOU HAVE TO FIGHT!
“Everyday I fight for all my future somethings. A thousand little wars I have to choose between.”
#I used this song in a promotional video. Check it stat!
#this song has a suggestive title, but it’s not risque I promise! It’s about stripping away all the gimmicks and facades that we use to cover our true selves. Check it, stat.
#such an anthem! even more than “Pocketful of Sunshine”
#Prima Sara, this one’s for you!
I am having title troubles. Although it’s been in utero for about 25 years, this blog is fairly new in its genesis. We’re talking 8 days old. So I didn’t take a ton of time working on the name. The title as stands is not useless. Quite the opposite. It is taken from the Natasha song, “Cheer Me Up.”
Problem is, it seems a bit trite. Like the title of the blog of some newlyweds who haven’t quite left the honeymoon phase yet. So part of me wants to change it. But part of me wants to keep it because of it’s lyrical significance. And that one small chance that I can meet Natasha some day. And maybe? Dare I even think it? Share a stage with her….
What’s a girl to do?
Comment or email with any input.
If happiness can last forever,
I want a part of it.
Even just a little bit.
(even if we’re the only ones dancing!)
Disclaimer: The title refers to me! I would never in a million years call someone else ugly (especially not my dear sister Maizy). Just ain’t my style 🙂 And I also know I’m not really ugly, either. Enough ado. Proceed:
If this girl:
can turn into this in a few short years:
then maybe there’s still hope for this girl:
*everyone loves a good makeover-that’s what romantic comedies are made for…
*immodesty once again, will I ever learn? I’M WEARING A TOWEL I SWEAR YOU JUST CAN’T SEE!
*fresh outta the shower makes my makeup look like AMAZING!
*juxtaposition of beauty and ugliness (is there a euphemism for this word? its kinda mean)
*that first pic was Maizy’s FB profile picture so I know she wouldn’t mind
Core Beliefs: Humor, Expression, Creativity, Beauty, Kindness