Oh, My Goodness! Did you see those legs? Well, of course, you saw those legs because they belong to you. I just wanted to tell you that I’d ‘pimp slap’ the wind, for some luscious legs like yours. I mean DAMN!
There is one thing that might be the reason for such strong features. Not that I am judging or anything. Maybe I am. But, since men have stronger features than women, that may be the reason of such strong features.
But, I just wanted to mention that if you are going to insist on wearing, what seems to be your board room pants suit blazer, with your form fitting mini skirt, you may want to add a dash of color. Just a little red, blue, green, or dare I say ‘pink’. It would make a world of difference. Oh, and you might want to think of changing your hairstyle just a tad. It just seems that if you’re going to wear a skirt and heels, you might as well go all out and look fabulous. Don’t be out there just throwing crap together to see what will work.
Other than that. WORK IT GURL!
This Post Is In Response To Today’s Writing 101 Assignment
Today, write your post as a letter. Approach it in any way you’d like, but if you’re not sure what to write, here are ideas:
A letter to a blogger/writer, responding to one of their posts/articles.
A humorous or satirical letter to a celebrity or public figure.
A piece of constructive criticism (or praise) to a politician, international or local.
A letter to a thing — a fear, a bad habit, an object, etc.
A note to yourself at a specific age/year in the past or future.
A letter to someone who cannot respond (a loved one who has passed, a fictional character).
A love letter to a place.
For further reading, read “The Art of the Open Letter.”
Remember to Live Free and Love On Purpose 💋🎉✌
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