About

Someone in HER thirties…single (thank heavens!!!)

Still have a pulse (quite strong too)

Mommying the WORLD right now

Don’t like men, and no, that’s NOT to say, that I love women either, and, IF i had to choose (but i don’t!!!), i would RATHER marry my D-O-G-S

This, is STRICTLY second-hand information that i’d found, issues that needed to be BROUGHT out to the OPEN, so, people CAN become MORE aware of what’s really going on in the world that we are currently residing in right now…

The Unwinding of MY freakin’ M-I-N-D, so, come in, watch ME unfold

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25 responses to “About

  1. kateherrod

    Do you accept guest posts?

  2. Hi,

    I’m Tokoni, A student and poet. Its nice to meet your I’d like to invite you to my blog, http://www.insanitybeautiful.wordpress.com if you’re interested. Thanks!  

  3. LOL some days I think I should have stuck with my dog too! 😉 So happy to be following your blog!

  4. I just wanted to say that I like your blog 🙂

  5. Poetpas

    You say you don’t like men. Do you mean in a relationship or just men in total. And why is that?

    • I don’t like men in general, unless you’re in your elderly years, and besides, I had an abusive father, so, for my own safety, I stay away from them, unless they’re four-legged, and can respond to the commands of “sit” and “stay”.

  6. Poetpas

    Ok, sorry to hear that. Makes sense tho 😉 Woof! 😉

  7. I liked your blog, good article, I invite you to my blog:
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  8. You say “I don’t like men in general, unless you’re in your elderly years” — as an octogenarian, I apparently qualify — but then so does septuagenarian Donald Trump (aka Mr. It’s All About ME), so maybe you should further narrow your definition of who qualifies!

    In any case, in a world of billions of people, there are millions of both good guys and bad guys. How do you tell the difference — or, after being hurt many times, is it even worth trying any more? You seem to have come to the point where it’s not, but who am I to judge?

    Hang in there. There are better days ahead — maybe. 😦 🙂

    • It’s just that through my almost 26 years of life, as i’d figured things out by then, i just, prefer male who are, NEUTERED and can respond to the commands of “Sit”, and “Stay”, nothing personal toward anybody out there though…

  9. blindzanygirl

    Thanks for the Follow. I am following you now. Looks interesting

  10. blindzanygirl

    I have just come to say tonyou that I often findnyour Comments on my Blog offensive.n the reason for that is that it is a poetry Blog, which you often make oersonal Comments about, like thus morning. The problem for me is that youvdon’t know me and make assumptions about things, based probably on your own knowledge and experience. Yoyr Comments are often exceedingly judgemental. You speak of what you do not know and assume that you can tell me what to do or how to react. Whilst pietry CAN be personal, it is not always the case, and today I used the word “I” as a literary device, but you took it a particular way, which was wrong in fact. My piem today was not about ME but about a particular spiritual path. The path of Unknowing. The path where in the night, people make cries. It was general, not just about me. I would be extremely grateful if you coud just comment on the POEM, not me as a person, for you do not KNO W me. It is not up to you to say what I need to learn. You are not me. You know very little of my life or circumstances. Therefore you do not have the right to make personal comments. You are welcome still to read my poetry, AS POETRY. That is ALL. And you may not now not wa not to read my poetry. That is fine. Thankyou.

    • I guess i’d read your posts like they were a form of art, and, i don’t mean to be judgmental, i am making the comments, based off of the poems you’d posted, and i’m sorry if you take that personally.

      • blindzanygirl

        Thankyou. You addressed some of your comments to me personally however,, saying things that were a personal statement as to what I needed to do. I am very glad that you did not mean your comments to be a judgement. I think there may be a difference in how we see and view things. I think maybe our spiritual paths are very different in that we express our grief and pain as part of a process. Also, it is true to say that sometimes I use the wird “I” as a literary device. Ok so let’s hope it is cleared up now. No hard feelings then

      • We all have different ways that we experience the world, and that is formed by our socializations, and i hope that my words didn’t somehow, cause you any harms, and no hard feelings for sure!

      • blindzanygirl

        Ok. Thankyou for that. I don’t have any hard feelings towards you. Maybe it might explain a bit if I just state that I write about the darkness a lot because I follow St. John of the Cross. I know he is not everybody’s cup of tea, but for me he speaks reams, with me being blind. Of course, he is not speaking of physical blindness, but physical blindness causes a feeling of darkness over the soul. I do express that quite often. So anyway, let’s keep going. Thanks for not taking offence.

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