It has been a while since I posted anything on here. I haven't really had much to say or write about.
If you are a fan of the Twilight series then you will be interested in this. My friend, Ana, from Pink Bear Fad is holding one of her monthly give aways. She is making her own Alice Cullen fingerless gloves. All you have to do is hop on over to her blog here on blogspot give her a follow and leave her a comment. Also, she does ship international, but you have to pay that price yourself. If you really want the gloves and don't win she is also selling them on her store. (Links are available on her blog.) So, go give it a look over at http://pinkbearfad.blogspot.com/
This next piece is an unedited rant I posted some place previously and thought I'd get it out and share here.
Rant Of The Day: Got talking to my grandma about being gay. According to her 'It is just a feeling and you don't know until you are sexually with someone'
I am completely blown away by her saying that. It is beyond me how sex equates love or more-so sex over rides feelings. And that you can only base how you feel about someone if you have been sexually active with them. So sex voids or confirms true feelings according to her. I wonder if I told her I like this boy named John Doe... if she would say 'Well, wait a minute. You can't know for sure what you feel is really right unless you have sex with him.' I think not. It bothers me how gay = sex. If you are gay sex must be brought into the situation. When sex has nothing to do with real feelings and nothing to do with love. Sex should not confirm love, but sex should be a product of love. Love should not be a result of sex. Sex should be a result of love. Actually, if it is a result of love then it should be classified as making love above be labeled as sex.
Her statement also would void out people who take a chastity vow, vow of abstinence, or simply want to wait until marriage. By that rule you are marrying out of unstable/unknowing feelings because you have not been sexually active with said person. So, when the wedding night comes and the couple eventually does have sex. Uh-oh... what happens when because of sex they find out they don't care about each other? Wasted money, divorce, wasted wedding, wasted years, et cetera. That would mean those people should get married just for the sex in order to see if they really love each other? That when two people have mutual feelings that they should immediately jump into bed and have sex to confirm feelings? Ay, her statement is just completely absurd to me.
I did much more ranting after that, but it was conversation between myself and others. I'd post it, but I don't want to drag anyone else into this.
Take care everyone.