Friday, February 03, 2006

Getting There.

Thanks girls, for all your kind comments.
I spent the day with 2 very close friends, and talked and laughed and cried - it was therapeutic for me, and I'm feeling a little better now. I shall just get on with things and be happy damn it!

By the way, I am so very blessed to have the most wonderful friends in the world - and that includes my blogging friends too - thank you, thank you, thank you...

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4 Comments:

Blogger ms*robyn said...

Floss- you are counted as one of my friends too. You have been 'there' for me in times of need in the short time I have known you. Glad to hear that you are feeling happier. xoxo

9:52 PM  
Blogger jellyhead said...

Hi Flossy,

I missed reading your post yesterday, so thought I'd comment under this one.

I can really relate to those 'bleah' feeelings about self-image. Just tonight I was glaring in the mirror at the wrinkles either side of my mouth and the pigmentation coming up on my face. Other times I despair of my cellulite or spider veins. And like you, I know it's all silly and superficial, yet there are times I get quite down about my appearance. It seems I only just got to like how I look, flaws and all, when the whole ageing changes began. Not fair!

Your photo shows a gorgeous, happy woman, but most importantly, your blog projects a sunny-natured, positive and beautiful person!

Hope you're feeling radiant today :)

Jelly

11:22 PM  
Blogger Flossy said...

Thanks jelly, I do feel better today - maybe not radiant, but certainly better!
Robyn, it doesn't matter whether we are online or in real life - you are my friend and that is that. One day, I will come down and visit and we can have a good old girly chat together :)
xx

8:31 AM  
Blogger Sara said...

Suzie, like Jelly I missed responding to your post yesterday. I think we all have those days where nothing feels right. I have this nasty habit of complaining that I have "fat feet" which my husband loves to tease me mercilessly about. I think for me, it actually helps that he teases me about it, because then I can laugh about how ridiculous it all is. I know it might be cliche, but what matters most is the person you are, not what you look like. And in the short time that I've been blog-versing with you, I've definitely come to realize that you are very caring and generous person. Don't worry about your looks, worry about you are and who you want to be.

11:22 AM  

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