couldn't have said it better myself

Thursday, September 3, 2009

a very good friend of mine, lexa, who writes under the lemmonex moniker on her blog wrote a post today that hit me close to home.

and i feel the need to share it with you guys.

so if you are so obliged, click on over to lexa's blog and read the risky business post.

she somehow captured everything i've been thinking about recently in a vulnerably pure, honest, personal voice that's in a style that i simply don't have the guts to write like here on the plum.


check it out.

10 comments:

  1. Thanks so much, Lex.

    I don't know why I started calling you Lex, but I did. I am making ti happen.

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  2. It really is a wicked great post.

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  3. It's awesome, and actually DShan linked back just yesterday to a post about finding the one, so I read his this morning and then Lexa's shortly after and it was all just awesome. Here's his if you're interested:

    http://dshan.me/blog/2009/01/the-one.html

    And you rock.

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  4. Hello. Long time reader, first time commenter. I am about to give all of you ladies that wish to write about this stuff a piece of harsh reality: the men you so optimistically write about and talk about and think about.. they exist, but you don't want them. You turn them down; turn them away; make up any excuse not to date them. And if it truly seems like there aren't any good guys out there, have you stopped to question why? Perhaps it's because of how you treated them when they were younger. What does a decent, single, 22-year old guy do when women his age only chase after assholes? Well, he becomes an asshole, and seeing how well it's working out, he remains an asshole. Trust me, I've been there. If you want to find "the one" then actually date someone who wants to be "the one" - they do exist, if you might consider being open minded enough to find one.

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  5. If you moved to NH we could get married. Just saying...

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  6. Dead ringer for me too, Alexa! I'm glad someone was able to put it into words and not sound desparate!

    Interesting comment from Todd C. I can see his point & it's interesting to hear the guys perspective. Sometimes I do wonder if I have passed up "nice guys".

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  7. That's what I have been feeling lately too. Thanks for sharing.

    And I recently saw this about why nice guys finish last: http://leloveimage.blogspot.com/2009/09/nice-guys-finish-last.html

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