Saturday, January 2, 2010

And So Our Journey Begins

I’ve had many different blogs throughout the years, moving from dying site to dying site. So here I am moving yet again. A friend told me I should get a blogspot, or bs as I like to call it. I feel I’m not interesting enough to be here and don’t have anything to say that anybody would want to read. But here it goes anyway… I’d like to think I have deep, interesting thoughts, but in reality I feel I fall very short. My life is very ordinary. I work a desk job. I like to read and write. I’m a huge geek, play lots of computer games and was in the marching band all through high school and college. I love to dance. I recently started belly dance and I love it. I’m not really sure what else to say. Angela did this on her blog so I thought I’d do it too and found it very accurate…

“Fuegita is a tough cookie. You can't pull the wool over Fuegita's eyes and you had better not try! Fuegita was born under the sign of the crab and she can deliver a very nasty nip! Cancerians may not be the fiercest creatures in the zodiac but they are blessed with a brilliant set of self-defence mechanisms. They have impenetrable armour and sharp, scary claws. Fuegita's shell is especially strong. She won't let anyone come anywhere near to her heart unless she knows for sure that they mean no harm. Her impeccable instincts inform her of this and alert her to act accordingly. This is why the world around Fuegita is divided into two sorts of people - those who don't know quite what to make of her and those who have been fortunate enough to meet the real Fuegita.

The real Fuegita is soft, kind, caring, loving and giving. So soft, so kind, so special as to deserve a sainthood. All praise to 'Saint Fuegita the Caring.' It has a ring to it does it not? It is fair comment, is it not? Indeed it is, as all who know the true nature of Fuegita will willingly and eagerly confirm. There's only one problem with being a saint. It is what it does to your ego. Fuegita is a true saint and true saints are not just naturally loving and compassionate, they are also naturally humble. But true saints have a tendency to turn into martyrs. Sometimes, just sometimes, Fuegita can be a little too good for her own good.

1 comment:

Angela said...

Aww, see Andi? This is a great first post. I think you're interesting, and you will post many great things here on BS!