Archive for the ‘Silhouette’ Category
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Postado por Adie, April 22nd, 2012
You can tell what a woman feels if you look into her eyes. It’s all there. All you have to do is look closely and you will see.
The problem with some people is that they can’t look directly into a person’s eyes because of guilt… because they are hiding something… and they know that a woman’s intuition is foolproof!
Look into her eyes and you will see what a woman is all about.
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Postado por Adie, November 20th, 2011
Demi Moore is the woman of the hour in Hollywood these days. She is the news since she announced three days ago that she’s divorcing her husband of six years the much younger Ashton Kutcher. He is 15 years her junior. Demi has become an icon of sorts for cougars and single moms out there. There is still hope for women because someone definitely much younger and hot married Demi. That is not really taboo but something that is not so common before them.
Too bad the couple has called it quits already. Ashton has been reportedly cheating on Demi and she couldn’t take it anymore when he couldn’t promise her that he won’t cheat on her anymore. What an A-hole! She deserves someone who won’t cheat on her! We all deserve someone who will love us and won’t cheat on us!
For a time Ashton and Demi were the king and queen of Twitter. They are famous for talking over Twitter and letting their followers tag along their ride. But now that they are no longer together, they decided to unfollow each other. Ha!
And the rude of all rudes decided that it is best to say his piece over his most favorite medium…
Can you believe the gall of this guy?!? He doesn’t even respect her enough to get off Twitter for a minute and issue a proper statement on the demise of his marriage. A-hole through and through!
Demi really deserves someone MUCH better!
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Postado por Adie, June 12th, 2011
I feel for my sister’s best friend. She’s been married less than a year but her husband is already cheating on her! Can you imagine that? Isn’t a newly married couple supposed to be feeling this bliss and will start being ‘normal’ again after at least a year of marriage?
Do you know what the guy’s reason for being ‘best friends’ with a woman from work? His wife is always busy! Of course, she’s always busy! How can’t she not be when she spent so much on their wedding that she has to work hard to be able to pay for the loan she got for it. The guy is an imbecile! I don’t know if he’s only pretending to be stupid or he is really that stupid to begin with. They’ve been together since high school. If he doesn’t feel like being tied to her, then why did he proposed to her in the first place?!? Why did he let her walk down the aisle to him if he doesn’t want to be married and totally tied to her?
And then to go about cheating on her and even flaunting it in Facebook. The nerve of the guy!
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Postado por Adie, August 9th, 2010
She forgets all her friends when she’s with someone. Her whole world revolves around her man. Even saying hi to those people with whom she’s close to she forgets. She’s that focused on her love.
I guess you can call that kind of love a toxic love. Wrapping yourself around a single person and making him the source of all your happiness… I don’t think it’s healthy.
And then he hurt her. She suddenly found herself wondering who still cares? She’s neglected so many people, turned her back on those who truly care about her. But then, when you truly care about someone, you can’t just let her carry all her pain alone. You are somehow compelled to carry some of it for her. That’s what her friends did. Her family, first and foremost. She realized that she can’t just go on just letting her world revolve around a single person who can hurt her with a single word.
Women tend to be so wrapped up when in love. I am speaking from personal experience. And from friends’ and other female relatives’ experiences. It’s normal. It’s fine. But we shouldn’t forget that there are other people around us who also need our attention from time to time.
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Postado por Adie, July 30th, 2010
It only happens once,
the moments vanishing
life much too fast,
and only for the very brave,
and when the moment comes for you
don’t let it pass you by,
for in the twinkling of an eye,
the love is gone,
the moment is dead.
an empty ringing
in your head,
your heart will know
when fate has whispered
in your ear…
oh, never fear,
for in the end,
it’s worth the price,
when all is lost,
but love is won,
when true love comes,
there is but one.
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Postado por Adie, July 3rd, 2010
I love to dance. If there is something that I am suppressing myself from, that’s dancing. I just feel so heavy these days. Actually these past few years. When I joined a local gym a few years ago, there were dance classes that I regularly attended. I loved every minute of it! Dancing gives me a high that lasts for days!
I am saving up so I can go back to those dance classes. It will benefit me a lot if I go back. I just know my body and soul will soar to new heights!
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Postado por Adie, September 4th, 2009
Jaycee Dugard, 11, when she was kidnapped...
How do you start your life once again after an 18-year horrendous captivity?
This is the question that comes to mind whenever I come across news articles about Jaycee Lee Dugard, that young girl of 11 abducted by a sex offender as she walked to her school bus stop in South Lake Tahoe, Calif. She lived in a cluster of sheds and tents for the past 18 years, held captive by Phillip Garrido, her abductor, along with his wife, Nancy.
Her home for the past 18 years.
Jaycee is now 29, with two daughters both fathered by Phillip. Experts are saying that she might have developed Stockholm Syndrome already, having lived that long with her captor. How does she start a normal life now that for almost two decades, “normal life” for her meant a life with Phillip and Nancy with the kids? It would take a long time, lots of therapy sessions before she can start living what’s supposed to be her life had she not been abducted.
I pity her, her kids, and her real family. I could not begin to imagine the pain that they all went through. The pain that Jaycee and her kids are going through now that the truth is being revealed.
I am praying that things will get better for Jaycee and her daughters. And that the Garrido couple will stay in jail forever!
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Postado por Adie, August 1st, 2009
I love the rain. I want the feeling of it on my face.
I love it when it rains at night. Going to bed becomes sooo tempting! That’s why I put on my earphones and play alternative music when the rain is pouring down hard. If I want to finish anything, I have to do that. Otherwise, it’s bed time already!
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Postado por Adie, July 27th, 2009
A has been cocooned all her life. Even when she got married, she was pampered, never lifted a finger except when she had to breastfeed her child. She never worked because her family came from old money and her husband was just as rich. She was living a perfect life until she learned an ugly truth… her husband was dealing with illegal activities! When he was arrested, every thing he owned was frozen, to be given back to the people he duped. Naturally, she was devastated. Her parents are getting on their years and their riches were either used to finance their medications and several trips to the hospital or was wasted in a networking scheme.
She was faced with the hard facts of life. She needed work to support her child. She could not depend on anybody else now. So she did. She slowly learned all on her own. And A is now standing tall, having overcome her “incapacity”. She is now a legitimate businesswoman. She owns a pastry shop and has a local pharmacy to her name. I forgot to mention that she’s a licensed pharmacist and a pastry fan! She used the things that she knew by heart and love the most.
She’s come out of the sheltered life she lived and has emerged triumphant.
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Postado por Adie, June 27th, 2009
What do you see yourself when you look in the mirror? Do you see a happy person, satisfied with the way her life is going? Or do you see a person who’s bitter about life and raring to end it?
Personally, I see someone who’s somewhat satisfied with the way her life is at the moment. There’s room for improvement. I can do things to make my life more colorful, happier.
How about you?