*America, making it harder for people with REAL pain to get medicine they NEED! Land Of The Free, Home Of Cowardly Medical Practices! This is making Israeli citizenship look better by the day!*
I LOVE this. I have strong sensory memory. I vividly remember the perfume my mother wore when I was little, and she’d be all dressed up to go out with my father. She bestowed upon me the idea of a “signature scent”, even though she only wore certain fragrances for weddings and important social gatherings. I can wear my signature year-round, but I tend to wear it more during Fall and Winter because there’s something incredibly sexy about the scent lingering on my clothes, my hair, etc. I have absolute strangers stop me all the time to ask about it, always with a compliment. It’s one of those things that just plain makes a girl feel good about herself. I don’t trust women that don’t wear perfume.
“Never laugh at someone’s pain or struggles. Tomorrow they could very well be yours.” -Lisa Marino
I wish this wasn’t the truth, but it most certainly is.
Originally posted on Positive Outlooks Blog:
I’ve been stabbed in the back by those I needed most. I’ve been lied to by those I love. And I have felt alone when I couldn’t afford to be. But at the end of the day, I had to learn to be my own best friend, because there’s going to be days where no-one is going to be there for me but myself. — Unknown