Wild with Wisteria
Hen do was a Roaring success.
The best compliment of the night.
“You have put on weight” A FRIEND
Charming! aren’t we girls such a lovely bunch ?!
LIKE A SHOT TO THE HEART. I laughed it off. I haven’t put on weight. I work out and I have muscle . Naomi has got nothing on this girl – HA! HA!
Kiss my sweet ass -love and kisses 😉 xoxo
mind state : RECOVERING 😀 ( much poison consumed)
Also a few words…
“You can’t tame me -don’t even try. I am who I am and I will not change. Accept it or move along…. I am never going to conform to who society wants me to be. Everything I do I do it because I want to. No coercion needed.” -DAISY WILLOWS
I know how to behave like a good girl when I need to. I also love to be a bad girl. A rebel heart doesn’t just die with growth maturity and the various institutions that life and society binds us to.
I am not an institution. I am a person.
I realise that it is way more fun being bad when I am good 80% of the time. .
So it is simple. I am never going to change the spirit that beats and flaps freely in my rib cage. I have a secret door and it knows how to get out.
WHY CHANGE WHAT YOU DO BEST?
I’ve been hit with every stick people I know can use on me but I still have wild stamped on my heart.
I will never lie to the loved ones I know about it. They may not like it but they respect and love me, enough to know that I have more common sense when it comes to choosing whom I feel like being.
I have no secrets.My past and all my wild moments I share freely. No one can use that against me and it is the most liberating feeling in the world.
Here the wisteria meaning and symbolism speaks of love lost, but also of the ability for the heart to endure in spite of rejection. In other words, here the weeping wisteria expresses sorrow, but it is also an incredibly durable vine, able to live (even flourish) through mistreatment and harsh conditions.