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Thursday, March 12, 2015

Love in all the wrong places















Did you know that some young women use their legs in different ways than other people do?
While the average homo sapien uses them to walk and run, some young women use them for different kinds of walking and running. These girls have walkathons with momma's boys and losers and then runathons when everything goes wrong with the world.  Such girls, ones that had a lack of love in the early years and are trying to find love in all the wrong places, run too much after pretty boys with their sometimes beautiful legs, sometimes not so beautiful: chubby, and un-shaved but still young legs, which often don't result in sore feet but in a bruised heart. But their legs are always young.
When such unhappy legs are extremely nice and pretty, then this only means that the head bangs against the wall are going to be more intense when they are older, because their hearts were always open and available. They liked to open up to strangers, which often stopped the running and started the crying and sobbing ceremony.
Older legs and feet only walk; they only run occasionally. 
Young women mostly don't like older women, because older woman have no desire to walk or run anymore. They only read about walking and running in magazines and laugh at the young woman that used to live inside of them. 
Some legs have bruises that leave such a deep mark that older woman don't even open these magazines, they simply breathe in and walk away. 

But, occasionally, when unhappy legs meet another pair of happy legs, they run together.




Tanya von Ness, todays guest blogger, is a teacher who loved designing so much that she decided to do it for a living.  Her dedication to creating quality book covers is reflected in her work.  She is also very passionate about writing and travelling with her family.  She is a proud mom of two beautiful little girls and wife of an amazing husband.  You can find her beautiful book covers on fictionbookcover.com.

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