OK, this made me laugh and deserves to be shown in one blog.
On Thursday my stars said....
A passionate letter or phone call could come from a close friend or romantic partner. The person may be confused and rather tormented by his feelings, Jayne. Be kind and sensitive to him!
How exciting I thought! Then of course how disrespectful are my stars? Why does the passionate letter I receive have to be from someone who is confused and tormented!
What??? Do I no longer deserve the attention from someone whose thoughts become happier when they add my name?
Why I can't I be the receiver of a true passionate love letter? Remember those? The days of writing carefully and spraying perfume over the page. The times you practised your signature so that it looked inspiring and lustful at the same time. The days that you chose words such as desire, longing and my heart whispers your name with every beat.
So I spent the day, secretly hoping to receive an actual letter and yet fearing that if I did it would be from a deranged person who rocks constantly, wears a faded t shirt with holes in it and spoke to me once in 1994 (it was a good year!)
On Friday my stars said..........
Disappointing letters or phone calls could come your way today. Don't let this spoil your mood. These things happen.
On Thursday I'm getting a passionate letter and on Friday I'm getting a disappointing letter.
Make your mind up stars! AND remember that we rarely receive letters these days.
Just emails that say words like concerned, owe money, I need this now, conference call, blah blah blah.
By the way I also receive phone calls that just say words like concerned, owe money, I need this now, conference call, blah blah blah.
Do the young at heart now send romantic text messages and publicly flirt on Facebook?
Can anyone buy writing paper anymore that does not fit in a printer?
I am spraying my screen with Channel number 5 for sentimental value. Ahhh, that's better!
Favorite song of the Day: Northern Sky - Nick Drake
Favorite Food of the Day: Stuffed Red Peppers (no I did not cook, it was a 4 minutes in the microwave job, really good though!)
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