We are now 2 days after being a part of a historic event, the election of Sen. Obama for President of the U.S.A. I will be totally honest with you all, I am an independent and in the state of Pennsylvania you have to be registered in either the Democratic or Republican Party in order to vote in the state primary. I re-registered as a Democrat so that I could cast my vote in the primary. I do this because it is my opinion that we finally have a man in the Oval Office who will watch out for the people of this country and not the special interest groups that are so much a part of Washington DC. I am still feeling the euphoria of November 4th and I will let history be the judge and vindicate the feelins i have had about President elect Obama for the past 2 years when i watched a PBS show hosted by the late Tim Russert in which he interviews Sen. Obama after he authored his book. My question to any who care to respond is....Are you as optimistic about the future of our country as a result of this wonderful and intelligent man being elected as our President?
I have noticed in my travels both on-line and in the "real" world that there are people out there that think that they will be happy if they just found the right person to be a part of theri life. I am of the belief that you are happy and whole with who you are and that if you are not no other person will make you so...it is only a short term "fix" and in just a few days or a few eeks you will be back to feeling as you felt before that person entered your life.
Blessings to all,
Greetings...I have recently been communicating with a member on this site and in the course of our conversations (both written via e-mail and spoken via telephone, she made certain statements about what she was like and how she was that although were not outright lies, were not exactly shining truths either.
My question of anyone who may want to forward me their opinion is , why do people misrepresent the way they are when searching for what they sometimes call a "soulmate".
Blessings to all