It is so common to overhear a woman say "why can't I meet a nice guy?" while she is pretending I don't exist. I felt it was about time someone laid out some fundamental knowledge about men so women can stop making poor choices in their love life. So here are some useful facts, not in any particular order, to help correct some misconceptions and fantasies.
I have tried so hard
I have given so much
bared my soul
and exposed my heart
You have manipulated
You have been devilishly cruel
I have loved and lost
You have merely lost.
© 2013 B.G. Bowers
I had some problems with the “reblog” button tonight, so I thought I just write this brief post with a link attached.
This week I wrote guest blog post for WiseBefore25.com A great site hosted by Eva Finn. Ms. Finn will also be contributing a piece next week on “Nice Guys”
I also have a few more guest posts on the horizons, and an exciting announcement regarding TheReporterandTheGirl series! Stay tuned and as always have a lovely weekend!
Come winter time and my memories are of "gajar ka halwa" being prepared in quantities generous enough to feed a couple of large baraats. This was the scene at my house, nani's house, my friends houses; year after year - I had "gajar ka halwa" coming out of my ears. As a result, I was totally put off by it for life.
Picture the scene. A woman in a bar. Dressed up for a night out, drinking and having fun. A group of men at the other side spot her. She leaves her drink on the table with her friend and goes to the toilet. She comes back and finishes the drink. Gradually she becomes more and more giddy, as if going under an anaesthetic.
But seriously, y'all.
The traditional Disney Prince has about as much sparkle and panache as something completely lacking in sparkle and panache. He has a creative name like "The Prince" "Prince Charming" "Prince Phillip" "Prince Eric" or "Prince Adam" (that's the actual name of the Beast, apparently), and no personality. Ok, well, the Beast has a personality, but the only thing anyone else does is be obsessively fixated on some girl he met once in the woods.
A soft pretzel with a swirl of decadent pimento cheese baked right in and a frizzled cheddar top.
The steps and ingredients are the same as for making Soft Pretzel Breadsticks up until the shaping, so some of the original photos are not reproduced here.