DiningRoom




Sitting around the table, we always felt
free to discuss whatever came to mind -
from religion to politics, from race
relations to education... we talked about it all!

Here are some "talking points" to share.

 

Love Of The Rose
Written by: Linda L Schmidt

To smell the beauty of the rose,
we cut for the smell to bring inside,
our day begins,
when the smell begins to travel,
from room to room,
just like our roses will travel to far and beyond,
in sharing and in thoughts,
for our love of the rose.

 

Every Woman Should Have -

One old love she can imagine going back to and one
who reminds her how far she has come.

Enough money within her control to move out and rent a
place on her own, even if she never wants or needs to.

Something perfect to wear if the employer or date of her dreams
wants to see her in an hour.

A youth she's content to move beyond. A past juicy enough that
she's looking forward to retelling it in her old age.

The realization that she is actually going to have an old age and
some money set aside to help fund it.

A set of screwdrivers, a cordless drill, and a black lace bra.

One friend who always makes her laugh and one who lets her cry.

A good piece of furniture not previously owned by anyone else
n her family.

Eight matching plates, wine glasses with stems, and a recipe for
a meal that will make her guests feel honored.

A resume that is not even the slightest bit padded.

A feeling of control over her destiny.

A skin care regime, an exercise routine, and a plan for dealing with
those few other facets of life that don't get better after 30.

A solid start on a satisfying career, a satisfying relationship, and
all those other facets of life that do get better.


Every Woman Should Know -

How to fall in love without losing herself.

How she feels about having kids.

How to quit a job, break up with a lover, and confront a friend
without ruining the friendship.

When to try harder and when to walk away.

How to have a good time at a party she'd never choose to attend.

How to ask for what she wants in a way that makes it most likely
she'll get it.

That she can't change the length of her calves, the width of her
hips, or the nature of her parents.

That her childhood may not have been perfect, but it's over.

What she would and wouldn't do for love or more.

How to live alone, even if she doesn't like it.

Whom she can trust, whom she can't, and why she shouldn't
take it personally.

Where to go - be it her best friend's kitchen table or a charming inn
hidden in the woods - when her soul needs soothing.

What she can and can't accomplish in a day, a month, and a year.

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Updated August 15, 2007
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