Today while in a waiting room, I picked up a Good Housekeeping magazine and an article caught my eye. It's titled, "Wear the Corsage" and is about a woman who will never have a daughter but this is the advice she would give if she ever had had a girl. Here are some of my favorites and ones that I want your input on:
Live as if there is enough talent, success, luck and fabulousness to go around.
Hard work is important. Choose what exhilarates you, not what exhausts you.
If you are wondering if he's "The One", he isn't.
(alright married ladies....is this true? Discuss)
Believe in "The One"
(not always easy, for sure!)
Even when you are both madly, truly in love, raising children is the toughest job you'll ever have. Don't attempt it with someone who doesn't rock your world, no matter how happy it would make your moms or how sparkly the ring
Anyone who says these are the best years of your life is a liar
You look ugly when you gossip
Even if you have just been shot with a tranquilizer for elephants, do not sleep in your makeup. Or contact lenses
(I need to follow this better)
Go to your prom. Wear the corsage. Stand under the arch. Get the photographs. Honestly? Cool is overrated