Line 18 said we should believe in the perfect man and now line 19 tells us to:
... get over it; read; walk; flirt
Well, I know that my man is not perfect and I got over it a long time ago. So that's that.
Everyone woman should read. I love to read more than I love to write. A good book, soft, comfortable jammies, a steaming cup of hot vanilla chamomile tea or a nice glass of Merlot, a candle that burns scents of mint and eucalyptus --- and life is very, very good for me. What are you reading now? I'm going to read "Of Mice and Men" but, if you want to read about zombies on the loose though, our friend Faye McCray is climbing the chart with her new e-book series on Amazon.
Everyone woman should walk. So, right now, I'm the heaviest I've ever been (not pregnant) and I know I need to get myself back on the treadmill and walk like my life depends on it. Because it does. I carry my weight in my tummy and according to Dr. Oz, this is one of the most dangerous places to carry excess fat. It increases my chance of heart disease. I need to walk off the pounds, the excuses, and the laziness.
Flirt. I don't think my husband would mind me flirting with him a little more. Maybe I'll bat my eyes and sway my hips while on the treadmill, in my nightie, reading "Of Mice and Men."
While at the doctor's office, a picture on the wall, titled, "Every Woman Should" intrigued me so much that I want to share it with you in this weekly series appropriately named: "Every Woman Should". Every Tuesday, I write about the next line in the poem/essay. Of course, I would love to hear about your experiences on the topic in either the comment section or on your blog. (Just grab the badge on the sidebar, but please be sure to link back here)