Life is good. Did you know that? Did you know that it’s good to take a breath, to eat pretzels, to have a hamburger and Coors Light at the Atlanta airport while waiting for a connecting flight? It is so good!!!!! As long as I’m able to take a breath, I know that I’m alive. And I know that I have a chance to make a difference. In my 35 years of life, I have made a difference. I’ve made people notice. They have looked. An adorable woman in her eighties just stared at me at the airport bar. I caught her glance, and we smiled at each other. I saw through her – into her soul. I saw her as a playful, beautiful soul. Strangers surround me right now, yet I feel completely at ease. In fact, I feel really happy. I haven’t felt this happy in a while. I am at peace with my destination. At peace with my journey. I love my life – I love this life. I have nine pounds to lose, and I don’t care. I know that most of it appears in my boobs and behind, and I’ve had no complaints so far. I’m at ease with my path in life and love. I am excited about the possibility of donating my Feb 15 wedding to a loving, deserving couple. I want to help people find love and seal the deal.
I’m pretty sure I’m going to get married in Vegas. I don’t know when and I don’t know to whom, but I know it’s gonna be pretty rad. Zoe will be there. Elvis will be there. My parents will be there – my 84-year-old grandma will be there. Maybe some of the strangers I’m about to meet will be there.
I’m in love. With myself. And my God. I feel so complete – so completely wonderful. I don’t need a man. I want one. I have my eye on a few.
Merry Christmas. Happy Hanukkah. Happy Birthday, Baby Jesus. Happy Kwanzaa. Let them know it’s Christmas. Feed the world. Feed yourself. Feed your baby. Make a baby. Just live and love – and mainly, love yourself.