As I have gotten older and hopefully wiser, I have grown to realize that women friends are difficult at best to find, and harder to keep. We come with alot of baggage.
I am fortunate in my life to have met and retained some wonderful relationships with women.
There is a “Golden Rule” however, “What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas”. No matter how angry we can be at each other and sometimes this will happen, as we are not Saints. We argue, fight, quarrel, spat, spit and yell…..BUT, unlike the times we recall a miniscule event that happened 20 years ago to our partners, we never throw anything in the face of our friends. That’s what defines my term of WOMAN POWER. There is nothing like it. So for those of you who have it, treasure it, and for those of you who have not yet established these bonds, hold tight. Eventually it will happen, but do not grasp. It may not be the right fit. INTERVIEW!!!!
So keeping on this forum, I have a question to all of you.
When speaking with a great friend and they always speak about tradgedies or unpleasantries which do not pertain to themselves or their families,do we as friends, have the right to cut them off knowing that the conversation is headed south or do we keep quiet and listen to these upsets??????
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