Have you ever been on a date and the person you thought you been talking to was just your type.
Whether you met them on a drunken night out and have arranged a first date via text or you have been online dating.
Then you meet up with them and they are nothing like you remember and or look nothing like their picture.
You get there and they are sat there smiling and you walk in like….
When you match with someone online or their profile seems appealing, so messages are exchanged and you start to find out about this person who is very easy on the eye.
Thing is, when you eventually pluck up courage to meet them it really doesn’t match up they don’t look like their photos and they were telling you a load of bull just to get a date…
I myself have been in some situations just like these and you just wanna run back out the door.
Some of you do and don’t look back, most of us would just sit down and feel so awkward for the duration.
I tell you if it was me I’d order my food and when it came out I’d have to do this to him
Dating can be so hard, and not knowing what you are letting yourself get into is kind of scary.
So my advice is… If you are going to date online or you’re just exchanging texts only tell them minimal details, don’t open your heart too much as you know it’ll get hurt. If you do want to meet them… Please take a friend and make sure they are in sight so you can leave swiftly if you feel really uncomfortable.
Take a seat I’m going to tell you a story.
So I’m nearly 34 and I’ll tell you something… Even though I am not where I expected to be or dreamt of being… I have been on one hell of a journey…and it has made me the person I am today.
I have suffered abuse/bullying its made me be more aware.
I’ve had my heart broken it’s taught me it mends within time.
I have stumbled into poor health, it makes me stronger and fight harder.
I had a crush on someone of the same sex. It taught me that gender doesn’t matter.
I have accomplished things in life which shows me to never give up on something you want.
I have witnessed divorce with my parents it’s taught me that love doesn’t always last forever.
I’ve met people from all walks of life and it’s made me realise that everyone has a story and no two stories will ever be the same.
That’s my little Sunday storytime. Thanks for stopping by.
Til next time
after you’ve had a laugh at my drawing I wanted just a little catch up with you all.
You may have noticed by the look of my blog that I’ve given it a little makeover
Click here after reading and you’ll see what I mean
Seeing the home page you will see a little intro in my own little style, a sneak at my other social media posts and I let you know how you find my other posts whether you are on a phone or computer.
I want to make my blog as informative yet fun.
You know I love to write so I will be posting whenever I get inspired to.
I appreciate each and every one of you who take the time to read my blog.
Til next time
After watching the tear jerking documentary with little mix Jesy Nelson ‘odd one out’ it didn’t half bring back all the feelings of what happened to me.
Life from the age of 11 was not how I envisioned it to be. I guess starting puberty that early didn’t help.
I was pretty much the only one for a few years that suffered with acne which of course made me the target for name calling and just making me feel like shit.
I had even a group of so called friends turn on me and taunt me inside of school and out. Our phone had to be unplugged as they were prank phoning every time you put it down for about 5 hours a day of a weekend 😔 it was horrendous looking back
These would in turn be the ones who beat me black and blue 2 weeks before my exams. My prom photos weren’t the ones I wished for as my face was still too sore for make up.
It took a good 5 years to actually get them out my head and life. But I don’t know why it still happens daily to people. It’s just not called for and it makes me so fierce when you see people take their lives because of it.
Bullies are just insecure about their own lives and instead of facing their problems they make sure someone else is miserable too.
My advice is to never suffer in silence. You deserve a happy life so don’t be made to feel miserable in the process.
For a month on a Friday I am going to be featuring some awesome women on a little series called fierce female Friday…
I thought I’d start off with me..
1. What makes you feel powerful?
Being able to have my own mind, create my own happiness, and wear what the hell I like. Being unique/one of a kind.
2. What 3 strong women do you look up to?
My mum of course, she takes everything in her stride. She has to put up with me too ha ha.
Stacey Solomon, she has worked so very hard to get to where she is today. She’s an inspiration. If you don’t follow her Instagram you really should.
My hospital nurse Rachel, who’s been through all my surgeries with me and helped me in between. She works so hard and is passionate about her job. She’s one in a million.
3. What advice would you give to someone needing to find their inner fierceness?
Stand up and be counted, never let anyone quieten you. Don’t let anything keep you down for too long. Life is for being the best version of you so go out there and kick some ass….not literally 🙈
Please look out for next week’s fierce female.
Lots of love, have an awesome weekend xxx
Some of us just get out of bed with no routine, no real action plan and that’s absolutely fine. But adding these things to your morning will make it great believe me.
I especially like number 10. Music always gets me pumped.
I may make a evening one soon 😁
Thanks for stopping by
Til next time
Do you have those people who you know will be at the end of the phone… If you ring them / message or knock on THEIR door.
But no way would they go out of their way to fit you into their day.
Don’t be made a fool of, or walked over. They’ll make you a laughing stock of you without you knowing.
Be with the ones who will change their plans if you needed them.
The ones who laugh along with you, because they love spending time with you.
Prioritise your people accordingly
Til next time 😘