It doesn’t seem like a lot of people had the opportunity to write last week, as only 15 posts were linked, opposed to the 23 the week before. But, each and every post was great to read, which made my task to choose a top 3 a bit more difficult…
Missed Opportunities by Horny Geek Girl
So much in this post rang true for me. It’s sad to have missed opportunities because of feeling insecure, but it happens. Horny Geek Girk is on the right track, knowing she doesn’t want to regret missing any more opportunities.
Becca’s story by Melina Greenport
I loved Melina’s story ‘On the Island of Mhowra’ and now she’s written the second part. I thin we need to know a lot more about things happening on this island!
Unusual Liaison by Rachel Kincaid
When she said she was going to write again, I was so happy. She dares to boldly write about things that many others would avoid, and when she writes, it’s good. Welcome Rachel back to the blogging world!
Last week was about opportunities, whether you have taken them or not and whether you regret it or not. This week is about choices, and it can be seen as a continuance of last week. Why did you make a choice to take an opportunity or not? Or your choices can be about something totally different. Are there things you have to choose between? Maybe you have to choose between two jobs? Or between places to live? Or maybe it’s not things you have to choose between, but you have to choose between two people? Do you always have to choose between things or can you have both? Share your (sexy) posts about choices.
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