Oh, this should be the slogan for Facebook, where everyone is somebody else. Good one!
and so it is in real life too, we just hide it better ;)
must tick notify me :)
Right. Not only on FB....Thanks, Ted!
Fabulous and true!
If you have a minute, I’d really appreciate it if you took a look at Emily’s Virtual Rocket. This is a serious newsblog which has been taken from e-newspapers and e-magazines from around the world, with an emphasis on transgender issues. Also, with his election, I look for articles which critique Donald Trump.I hope you enjoy this. Please paste the following:emilysvirtualrocket.blogspot.comIf you like it, please consider putting it among your favorite blogs. I would greatly appreciate it.Sincerely, Emily
Hey A(I)J, a rare visit but I am justly rewarded :) Superb textures and balance - bit of course it is the meaning that is the substance
thank you so much! You know, it is pleasure to get comment from somebody another if you u R yourself! ;) Great to meet you here again, on solid grounds of the blogging world !
it puts in mind of the Roman Janus.Perhaps this is a turning point in one's life --in discarding the past impostering and a look towards the future 'self'-ishness (so to speak)...This double vision is an interesting concept which we should use to guide our everyday life. I certainly should. Much more often. But then perhaps I would not be being my true self.wait...I'm confused.I absolutely love the cracks in the faces, and the play with white vs color.I'm envious.Hello.
thank you for your words, Richard ! The problem is that a person’s attitudes and their behaviours is not always that strong. People have a nasty habit of saying one thing then doing the opposite, even if their intentions are the best... in fact, no one is perfect...(cracks) Hello back.