Calling Carrie Bradshaw: Joining the bandwagon (Blogging)

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So, here is another one of those blogs. Another one of those journals of people who just want to showcase their life or whatever it may be. YES, I am joining the band wagon. Why? I woke up this morning wanting more, wanting something and I wanted to write. I wanted to understand myself in a perspective that I only know and have kept to myself. Writing… So, I am not Carrie Bradshaw though at times I feel as if I am. I am not married, no children, dating and looking for that fairy tale that deep down inside I am starting to lose hope it exists.. I shouldn’t have watched all those Disney movies growing up. I wake up knowing what I want, and not understanding why I haven’t gotten it. Living this perpetuating life I have created. So, what is it that I want? True Happiness, a happiness that only I can attain from within. No man, material item (Chanel), no one can make me happy but myself.. The famous words of  “you can’t ever love someone till you love yourself”. So, I like myself do I love myself well, I love facets of myself. Loving yourself in a narcissistic, confident, egoist way is the only way you can love yourself or someone else? Okay, I know its not like that but really? Looking for our purpose in life is our purpose? Settling for what we can get knowing there could be something better yet, too scared to explore the possibilities. Scared to be alone and too critical of what we see and feel. Comparing ones self to what society has made beauty, love and life. So, I’m joining the bandwagon and sharing what I feel to the world and hoping that there are many woman in the same shoes I am in. Questioning everything, waiting and wanting and knowing one day I will be completely happy…“To be alive──is Power.” – Emily Dickinson

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Karen SK
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28 thoughts on “Calling Carrie Bradshaw: Joining the bandwagon (Blogging)

  1. M. Zane McClellan

    Welcome to the blogosphere. Thank you for following my blog. I look forward to enjoying what you choose to share. Peace. ~ Michael

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  2. Carry Bradshaw and Emily Dickinson in the same blog. I love it! I think Emily and Carry would have liked each other. I enjoy your writing very much. It captured my attention.
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    “I saw no one,” he said. “That is what you may expect to see when I follow you.” —Sherlock Holmes
    Thanks for following me! — M.Vernet
    amongyourbeesandyourbooks.wordpress.com

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  3. Good luck to you. I had no idea how wonderful the world of blogging could be until I started crimewriterblog.com– thanks for following. In a few months, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without LuvLifeDream.

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  4. congratulations on taking the leap, writing can be very cathartic and i think you’ll find the WordPress community to be equally supportive. thought i’d visit a bit to ty for following my poetry, please don’t be a stranger.

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  5. Hi Karen. I have found life hard to cope but spending most of my time writing has been great. The Females I have met never understood that writing bug. Two ex-wives four children and a lot of grand children. I find myself alone but always have plenty of writing to do. Good luck in your search. Thank you for calling by and wanting to follow my poetry adventures. Be safe and well. The Foureyed Poet.

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  6. Hi – you sound like most young women I know (including myself once) – but you are right, happiness is an inside job. Chanel may make you happier once happy, but it will have no lasting effect if you are not. Firstly, you must know yourself to know what matters and what makes you happy, and secondly, the person you attract from a confident and happy standpoint will be a far different person. So continue to seek and write and learn you – I can think of no better pastime!

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