“I went the other Dallas direction. Fake boobs, BMW, and I’m currently looking to date someone working in the commercial real estate market. Keep your eyes pealed while you’re in town, I gotta snag someone before the heat really hits and all the Botox starts to melt off my face.”—I CANNOT STOP reading this blog. Can you tell? So great.
“Denim guilt is when the waistband of your jeans becomes the devil on your shoulder and won’t stop yelling in your ear “YOUR BELLY? THAT’S HANGING OVER ME RIGHT NOW? IT’S DISGUSTING. AND IF YOU DON’T DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT THEN IT’S POSSIBLE EVERYONE WHO LOVES YOU WILL GET GROSSED OUT, LEAVE, AND THEN YOU WILL DIE ALONE.”—Anna Mitchael, The Happiness Project
“…That everyone you know is struggling, many people you know are sick, a third of our nation is obese, times are tough, life is short, and that if you pray hard enough God will reward you instead of the three-hundred-thousand other people who just died in Haiti, write you a personal check and make it all better. That things are getting worse/looking up, the earth’s magnetic poles are shifting, and blue is the new black. That you have nothing to give up—and let that go, too…”—
This quote is by Maryanne Comaroto. I have no idea who she is or anything about her. I found this quote from a longer blog post here. The whole post is about what if you let everything in your life go. This part just struck me.