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Discussion in 'Photos & Video' started by Honey Gee, Oct 19, 2016.
Photograph by wild life photographer Tim Kaman
Awesome photo. I got a nose bleed just looking at it. Lol.
Well isn't that a smasher FAB !
Wow, what an awesome photo Honey!!
Yeah, and the thought of reaching the top with no where to go and see that guy coming up behind me, yikes, LOL!! Wouldn't mind a guy following me, but a little less hair maybe
Too hairy for me too, @Denise Happyfeet but if he's got money.....
I hope everyone realizes I'm just kidding about the rich guys.....although to be honest, I really don't know what I'd do if a super rich guy wanted to marry me. After a year, I'd be miserable probably.
My ex showered with me luxuries but it's not enough...you gotta have ❤️.
My mom said it was just as easy to fall in love with a rich guy. But I never met one, so there ya go! When I look at couples that have been together for many years, and they both would tell you they are each other's best friends, that would be happiness I think. I do want a roof over my head and indoor plumbing. And a few other luxuries like fridge, LOL! Coffee, toilet paper, um, a laptop, oh yes, and wifi, LOL!
That's what I miss the most about my husband...he was my best friend. He never judged me, always lifted me up and put me on a pedestal ...cause that's where I belong, lol.
Boy, I sure can take a post off track, lol.
Edit: I just looked and the title is "climbing heights" my husband put me on a pedestal and that's high so I'm okay.
I agree, humor is a big part of the equation, at least for me. My ex wasn't funny at all or we didn't have the same sense of humor.
Well maybe the post isn't too off track, in order to climb heights you have to have someone in your corner, not someone who knows exactly what you should do whether you want to do it or not. In order to climb the highest heights, it is important if not critical to have a wingman beneath you, one that is supportive even if you are doing things they don't necessarily agree with.