I logged into on the computer, something I tend to rarely do. I noticed that I had several more searches that brought people to my page and these I had to share. I really wish I could work for Google for a day and see the things people search! Or Siri and see the things people ask…it’d be awesome! Heck, today I needed to search something on good and started typing in “how to turn” and the first five suggestions that came up underneath it were: how to turn a guy on, how to turn a girl on, ow to turn off iphone, how to turn a decimal into a fraction, and how to turn off ipod. I just had to laugh. If you’re ever bored just start typing something in and see the suggestions come up…it’s interesting. Or hit the “I’m feeling lucky” button and see what other people have searched recently because it will take you to theirs. It’s entertaining.

Anyway…recent searches that have lead people to my page…

Water babies bottle of sunscreen – This one would have lead the person this post about ways to help your sunburn, if so, then I hope they person has learned a new trick I was taught because it’s worked great for me the few times I have been burnt!

Married man hugged and kissed another woman on forehead – I had to type this into google myself to figure out what it lead them to, after several pages in, they apparently read this post. I hope it gave them what they were looking for, but I doubt it. I always hate to see searches like that, but it seems to be a common search topic because stuff like that comes up quit often.

NREMT test sucks – First, I COMPLETELY agree with you here!! That test is HORRIBLE!! You look up the definition of “horrible” in the dictionary and the NREMT should be the first thing listed!! I also had to type this one into to google and see which post they came too. Oddly the very first listing on google brings you here showing several posts with NREMT listed. I’m curious how many people see this now and if NREMT themselves have come across it…I hope they know how horribly retarded that test is! None of the questions I had would do me any good as a paramedic on the truck…it’s just stupid! Anyone who has ever taken the test knows what I’m talking about.

Crazy geocache containers – After looking at 17 pages of google I still have no idea which post they saw. In my opinion, if it doesn’t exist on the first 3 pages of google then it doesn’t exist at all, but that’s just my ADHD kicking in. I’m sure they saw one or all of my geocaching posts, but I may never know on that one.

O shit im stuck – This one just makes me laugh reading it! I am extremely curious what about this lead them to my page, so again I google searched this myself. Well, after looking through 30 pages this time of some very interesting results I have no idea how it lead them to my page. If you find out, please share. This one has me the most curious.

What are people searching to find you?

I Was Her…

I was “the other woman” once. Shocked? Before you start judging, maybe listen to my story first.  I wasn’t the other woman in the sense that he had an affair or anything like that, he hugged me and kissed me on the forehead once while still married but that was it. And for the record…we get along with his ex wife great! She is the secret keeper of our relationship and has encouraged it from the beginning. Weird, huh? I guess to you but to me this is normal.

If you’ve been following me from the beginning then you know that we were amazing friends first, that’s how it always starts. We talked a lot, texted a lot, e-mailed regularly, and then one day started hanging out. He was helping me prepare for my big test and the weather was so nice we’d go sit in a park and study. One day we started talking about life and our problems, family, relationships, friends, work…you name it, we discussed it. During this talked we had decided to walk the park. We spent the whole day walking and talking, I think that’s the day it happened, the day he started to fall.

He was honest with his “wife” from the beginning, we never hid anything from her. Their marriage was already practially over. They were married but lived in separate house (in different states) and hardly saw each other. When she was over it usually consisted of arguements over his kids, her job…they just were way better off friends than they were married and they knew it. I think this is why she encourage us hanging out, it gave him something to do and she didn’t have to be around. She admitted to him once that I can offer things she can’t, that I’m around and make an effort to be in his life and she doesn’t blaim for wanting to be with me.

It wasn’t long after that discussion that they made the divorce final. I felt a little uneasy about it. I loved him but I did not want to be the reason for his divorce, I didn’t want to be “that girl.” Hell, being the girl in a 24 year age gap relationship was enough, I don’t need more reaons for people to be against me. He could sense my uneasyness too, he knew without me saying that I thought I was the reason for the divorce. They both assured me I wasn’t, that this was going to happen sooner or later and it was long overdue. His ex wife was the one that suggested we start dating and has been an awesome friend to me as well.

Did I expect my life to turn out like this? No way!! Not even close! In fact, I had plans to marry someone my age and have a family by now but you never know where life will take you. I’m grateful for each day and would not trade my life for anything! I’m happy with my relationship and proud of the man I’m with. Life has unexpected turns but you have to learn to “roll with the punches” so to speak.


On a side note…my big interview is tomorrow and I couldn’t be more nervous!!!!