Sleeping with a wall Street Banker is now available for purchase in the iTunes store. It will also be available in the following online stores shortly; Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Sony Reader Store, Kobo, Copia, Gardners Baker & Taylor, eBookPie, eSentral and Scribd. Updates will follow
“This life is what you make it. No matter what, you’re going to mess up sometimes, it’s a universal truth. But the good part is you get to decide how you’re going to mess it up. Girls will be your friends – they’ll act like it anyway. But just remember, some come, some go. The ones that stay with you through everything – they’re your true best friends. Don’t let go of them. Also remember, sisters make the best friends in the world. As for lovers, well, they’ll come and go too. And baby, I hate to say it, most of them – actually pretty much all of them are going to break your heart, but you can’t give up because if you give up, you’ll never find your soulmate. You’ll never find that half who makes you whole and that goes for everything. Just because you fail once, doesn’t mean you’re gonna fail at everything. Keep trying, hold on, and always, always, always believe in yourself, because if you don’t, then who will, sweetie? So keep your head high, keep your chin up, and most importantly, keep smiling, because life’s a beautiful thing and there’s so much to smile about.”
― Marilyn Monroe
Choosing between two lovers is not easy but you must choose. The consequences of not doing so can be dire as I discovered when I did the research for my novel “Sleeping With A Wall Street Banker”.
I recently began thinking about something sort of troubling. I’ve always been of the opinion (by always I mean in the last year or so) that things do tend to work out as they’re meant to, but I couldn’t imagine being in the type of situation where you’re faced with having to choose between two lovers.
Perhaps they both possess amazing qualities that you could easily see yourself spending your life with, but there’s still two of them.
It makes me wonder if there’s an intuition with that, or where the line would be between that and your mind trying to use other factors to reason it.
I hope I’m never in that situation, and it’d definitely be only a one-time thing I’m thinking. I suppose there could be a lesson in decision making and long-term foresight for the person making the decision. Hmm.
In a recent discussion I debated whether forgiving means forgetting. I believe that to forgive does not mean you have forgotten the act. The opposing argument was that you have not forgiven if you have not forgotten the act.
The debate was sparked by the statement:
“It has been said, ‘time heals all wounds.’ I do not agree. The wounds remain. In time, the mind, protecting its sanity, covers them with scar tissue and the pain lessens. But it is never gone”