Do you ever wonder if people are paying attention to what you say? I know at home when I’m talking to my son he pretends to listen to what I say by answering, but he really isn’t.
I feel blogs are the same way sometimes. Is there anyone out there who really reads what I write? I know there are a few people who do because they comment to me personnally, plus we are able to see statistics (the IT guys do their magic and get the numbers.) For the most part though bloggers at The Telegraph really don’t know what you think.
So here it goes. I figure if I write about something controversial or fun — depends on how you look at it. I typically stay away from specific topics, but today I want to shake things up.(Maybe.)
Recently I watched the preview for the “Sex and the City” movie, which will be in theaters May 30. I got excited because I have followed the “girls” since the show aired on HBO.
What I always liked about the program is their candor to talk about “sex.” So many people think it’s not polite to talk about it, but really it’s what makes life fun and exciting.
Almost anyone who has ever had sex has a story to tell and that is what’s so great about Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda. I know they are not real women, but the qualities that the characters possess are like many women I know.
The show isn’t only about sex either. It’s about love and friendship and that’s what makes it great. These women still find the time to be friends, despite the other relationships in their lives. Some women find it hard to stay connected to their friends once they are in a relationship, (I know because I have lost many a friend once they find love.)
Girlfirends are the best to people to talk about the taboo topic. I know many of you have told at least one girlfriend a story that you wouldn’t tell anyone else. Really isn’t that what friends are for?
Confession — I have too many to tell so I will save them for another time, but I at least can say that life in my 30s is nothing like it was in my 20s.