Things that happen to women forever changes who and what we are
Invite her for a flute of champagne. You have just said your temporary goodbyes on the exit ramp of the mind's Interstate.
This is just the beginning of a bubbly future. It is necessary to say what this relationship is. It is an attempt, by sampling, to show how women shape one another, with an emphasis on living a less materialistic life. The hub to reintroducing women revolves around spiritual and intellectual prosperity.
Make your way to her on a good road. Notice how navigable the river is, the varieties of soil, the harvest of the country dwellers, and above all, hear her language spoken.
Retrace many of your own state's or country's sites where you hear the names of the families and the towns you are versed in.
When you stop to get gas, you don't have to pay a premium price to fill your tank, because thanks to her, you can coast on nature's fumes, the scents, sounds, and sights. The key to knowing your turnaround is knowing where you can find the missing parts.
Your mystical reverence for nature shows up at her door where she meets you with kindness, hospitality, and plenty. She presents you with a mailbox, stationary, and a sheet of stamps so that you can send and receive many informations which warrant no gossip,
Things that happen to women forever changes who and what we are. Unfortunately, some women will not reinvent themselves, considering themselves to be beyond the boundaries of restoration. They will live like a broken-down antique with the piece the way they found it.
There is no excuse for this negative way of thinking in today's world of antique-related production firms.
Antique restoration: Antique collectors are faced with three alternatives to restore a priceless piece: they can pay a premium price to have the missing part custom-made, likening this to months, even years of expensive psychotherapy; buy an inappropriate, but readily available substitute part, likening this to women who cave into the Devil and substitute drugs, excessive alcohol, food, and sex; the antique dealer can live with the piece the way they found it, seeing this as a metaphor for the women who can't see beyond their scars and flaws, missing their total beauty and fine appearance. Therefore, they are not getting the full benefits of the female soul in which they were furnished with. Women are not something to be discarded. They can be repaired just the same as an antique Gone With The Wind lamp with cracked globes, or a Chippendale dresser with a missing pull.
Books on the history and restoration of women through Nature are just full of hard-to-find parts; The catalogs list hundreds of nature's pieces, pulls, hinges, locks, latches, casters, carvings, shades, finishes, and decorative accessories to accomodate the reintroduction of women.
Copyright 2006 Sage Sweetwater, firebrand lesbian novelist, brainchild of Sage Sweetwater Creative Properties, flagship of Stone Creek Woman