Friday, August 28, 2009

Statue of Limitations on Relationships??



A statute of limitations is a statute in a common law legal system that sets forth the maximum period of time, after certain events, that legal proceedings based on those events may be initiated.

Now, were gonna add a little twist to this definition so it can apply to relationships. Should relationships also have a statue of limitation? Recently I've notice women entering relationships not based on what their looking for in a man, but in terms of keeping up with everyone within their circle. Does being in a relationship for 2+ yrs warrant an engagement ring? Do you leave after 2yrs due to not getting a ring?? My cousin and I had a rather long conversation recently on this topic and her thoughts were, "I was that person who rushed to get engaged only after a year of our relationship and were did we end up??? Broken up, hating one another for only god knows how long & me seeing rushing a commitment from him was the ultimate demise of our relationship"

My personal views are, if all is well...why mess with it?? Personally, if I can have what I call the "Goldie/Kurt" (who have been together for 26yrs w/o marriage) I'm good!! I consider their relationship based on pure love and having a piece of paper to solidify their union is absolutely unnecessary!

Will you rock with a "Goldie/Kurt" or will you bounce after putting in a few years, all is well...shit, all is GREAT but just that ring & paper are missing???


Ciao for now ;-)


Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Stupidity at its finest....

This is just ridiculous. Listen, get over it...He's been YOUR President for how long now??? If you can't move past your prejudice views....Maybe you should consider resigning your post!!

Sunday, August 9, 2009

So it seems...

everyone is on the shaved-side bandwagon. I'm a die hard Keyshia fan but I'm not 100% sure if I'm feeling this look.

What do you guys think???

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Just Doesn't Make Sense to Me

Ok, so I received an email on the following story and literally rolled my eyes. I've already felt our justice system is overly abused and cases like this just prove my point more and more. As a graduate of this same school, I feel this lawsuit is definitely without merit and should be tossed to the side!!! Personally, I feel Ms. Thompson is taking out her frustrations of the current job market out on the school through the legal system. Monroe has always provided assistance for both their current students and graduates as far as providing leads on open positions (which are posted through out their school), resume assistance, interview preps, every thing possible to help prepare someone land the job they want. Should the school be held accountable if after the interviewing process your not called back? Is it their fault if you feel the position being offered just isn't right for you? A justifiable suit or just another case of a free handout....You be the judge!!


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Ciao Bellas & Capos ;-)

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Say It Ain't Soooo....




As of August 1st, New York's sales tax has increased half a point sending it up to 8.875%!! In this day & age, every point matters. This new change will now cost New Yorker's an extra 50 cents on every hundred we spend. I just find it hard to understand with all these increases, why aren't salaries steadily increasing in order to help individuals tread above water??? Inquiring minds definitely want to know!!

Sunday, August 2, 2009

Put aside my...


fear of social anxiety and became an Avon representative!!! Even though I may come across to some as a social butterfly, I'm reallyyyyy not that quick to open up and start a convo with strangers. However, I love damn near all of Avon's products and believe 1000% in what they stand for as an organization, so why not become part of their team! Please show support and stop by my web store, www.youravon.com/afladger

Ciao lovelies!!! ;-)