Everyone loves Two Girls!! I am shocked, amazed, awestruck, amused and most of all grateful. C and I have always written from the heart, and we usually write about what is happening. . . right now. That being said, everyone who comes in contact with us is potentially Two Girls material. As much as we try to mix it up, people might come to the conclusion that we are talking about them in our blog. This has happen to me on more than one occasion.
Sometimes we talk about dating and relationships, and C, who btw, in the past hadn’t shared much of her personal info when she is dating someone new, is now much more open and lets her dates know who she is and what she does, including the fact that she writes a blog. This is great, but sometimes I think, don’t tell them… I want to write about them and now they will totally know we’re talking about them. That being said we have to be a bit creative when we are telling our story as to not incriminate or hurt feelings.
I have heard from quite a few friends and fans of Two Girls when a post really resonated with them, that they were going through something and then read our most recent post and it was about just the thing they were working through. I love when that happens. See: we are all more alike than we are different.
We all want to love and be loved. We all want health and prosperity for ourselves, our family, and our friends. We have all dealt with heartache, loss, and disappointment. We have all been afraid. Lost a job or a loved one. Or maybe just had a crappy day. Oh, and don’t get me started on Mercury Retrograde. We all just want to be happy and have a joy filled life.
September has been a hard month. There’s a lot going on energetically, it is a great time for releasing, so when stuff comes up for you (and it will), make sure you have someone to work through it with. Oh, and if you want to be part of Two Girls, we’d love to have you. Leave us a comment. Maybe you have something to share that would be beneficial for others to hear. xo-K
My two cents: If you think this blog is about you, it is probably for you.
Yeah, K and I have been working on these principles for a while. We talk about this stuff for hours. As time goes by it’s become more and more clear that: a) we’re kinda getting better at it even though we have a ways to go, and b) we totally see these principles at work in our lives and the lives of those around us. Cool!
It’s so true: we need each other. Not just me and K — all of us. We need each other! Not just for sex and safety and survival, and all that primal stuff. We need each other so that we can see each other, see our own Divine spark reflected back in someone’s eyes. My blog partner and I are mirrors for each other through the good, the bad, and the ugly. . .and then we blog about it.
Yeah, if you know us, chances are that you’ll show up on the “pages” of Two Girls. Not that you will recognize yourself, because that would just not be fair. When we have written about someone without disguise, they knew about it ahead of time and agreed to it. I have already gone on record that as a writer, my style could be called voyeur. I watch. I watch people, I observe the world. And then I tell stories. I know for me, the best part of camping is certainly not the bugs and the dirt . . .it’s the stories around the campfire. Well, the stories and the s’mores and the stars above.
If you think that you see yourself in one of our stories, rest assured you’re not the only one. Are we psychic? Well yeah, sure. But more to the point, we are all sharing an experience here on this groovy little planet and as much as we sometimes think we are all alone, we are not. Do you remember as a teenager, going through some terribly painful initiation on the path to “growing up,” and thinking what a freak you were, only to hear something, read something, share your story with a trusted friend, then realize that you weren’t alone? We are not alone. We’ve never been alone.
So are we writing about you? Maybe. But more importantly, does what we write mean something to you? That’s the question. Love, C
My two cents: the Divine in me sees the Divine in you and says: Namaste.