Bedroom September 10 2012
WHAT I KNOW ABOUT SEX NOW THAT I’M IN MY 40s ::: The Woman Formerly Known as Beautiful
If you gain weight some of it will go to your breasts.
Don’t worry about your orgasms. People get very competitive about their orgasms as if they were climbing Mount Everest. Did you summit, or did you only make it to base camp? Did you need an oxygen tank, the ministrations of a sherpa? Did you use grappling hooks, Cyborg crampons? Or were you able to summit barefoot reading Holy Sanskrits in Nirvanic Bliss?
DEAR DANCE STUDENT: WORDS OF WISDOM FROM AN OLDER DANCER ::: Mom’s New Stage
In dance years I am approximately 107. It means that with all my responsibilities, I rarely get to take class. If I do, I need a careful warm-up beforehand to avoid injury. A strenuous combination might leave me longing for the paramedics. As painful both physically and emotionally as this may be, I have a new perspective on the art form that has defined my life. Finally, I think I have mastered the dance lessons I’ve been studying since I was a child; I have found balance. This little piece is for dancers everywhere, whether they dance on stage, in a studio, or with joy and abandon in the comfort of their own living room.
About Keesha: Keesha Beckford is a former professional dancer who is currently a master dance teacher in the Chicago area. She blogs to keep her creative juices flowing, and to explore the question “How does she do it?” for herself and other moms in the arts. Read more at Mom’s New Stage.
MOTHERS JUDGING MOTHERS ::: Ideally Speaking
The online world of motherhood is one that is filled with caring, nurturing and support from your fellow mamas….most of the time. Occasionally, when a controversial topic arises, we all bare witness to a fury of comment attacks that moms tend to toss at one another. This post was my opinion regarding the mother-on-mother judgment wars that take place for the whole world to see.
About Crystal: Crystal Wiltshire is a professional marketer by day and avid blogger by night. She first entered the world of personal blogging as a place to commemorate all the funny and sweet moments with her beautiful baby girl. Ideally speaking has since quickly evolved to be a site where she can share posts on parenting, fashion, the environment, politics and life in general, all from her point of view. Mildly naïve & wildly idealistic!