Goodness of the Heart

November 10, 2015

 

I apologize, it's taken me a while to blog; I love writing and I've heard some of you personally enjoy my "writings". I wonder,  should I publish my sensual tales on a separate blog that I could link here? If you think it's a good idea, please let me know. I'd love some insight.

 

I'm writing this note a little more personally because it's how I've felt of late.  It's been a little more than four months since I took the escorting plunge and there are certainly many ups and downs to this endeavor. I like to think of myself as a genuinely good person, and I don't use this phrase loosely. There aren't many of us in the world, but when you meet us rest assured you know it. Why? Because you can feel it. There is no faking a cheerful personality, it's just something we exude through our pores. It's our essence. Most clients I've seen notice my extremely bubbly and happy nature right from the start. When I ask if it's a problem, they tell me it's unusual. It's good, but not something they're used to seeing. I'm  puzzled at this but I can't really speak for others. I'm cheerful because I love to bring others happiness. I'm a 24/7 burst of positive energy and know that little things like a genuine smile, a kind word, and a warm hug can completely change a person's day.

 

I am very grateful for the few nice ladies I've met these past few months. I'm happy being around women with similar personalities. It's a rarity to come across someone completely unrelated who will bend-over-backwards for me and it's been truly amazing to receive such kindness. It leaves a good feeling inside, a warmth that envelops and brings a smile to my lips because I'm  truly thankful . . .  The world needs more people like these few. Selfless people. People who will climb a roof just to help out a friend  in need (don't worry,  I have no broken bones after that feat! I'm always down for helping a friend in distress :))

 

So far,  in just these few months, I've experienced my small share of negative backlash. To be completely honest, it really hurts to hear cynical, unfounded accusations being cast recklessly about. I'll spare you the details, but they are things I would never dream of doing to anyone. I take great pride in treating others with respect and dignity, so I am at a genuine loss for their motivation. Perhaps some people are just wired to do malicious things and others simply  assume everyone is up to no good, but I'm not one of them. I'm not one to gossip or cast aspersions; I believe everyone should have their own experiences with the people they meet. Like my mom says, "don't ever let an evil seed corrupt your mind and judgement." Truer words have never been spoken. Our elders have lived through life and understand things. I'm thankful to my parents for raising a good person. I do things out of the goodness of my heart because I'm happy to see others succeed even as I succeed (or even when I struggle, because we all struggle at times). Still, when someone turns hate towards me, I really feel it. It's like a sharp blow designed to throw you completely off course and leave you wondering why. They say a nice girls finish last . . . well this is one instance where a NICE girl will finish first, because no matter how long it takes, my kindness will always come out on top.

 

I do recall mentioning that I would blog about my photos.  Oh goodness, well what can I say,  I love them and I hope you do too!!

 

Wherever I go in this life, I will always remain true to myself. What you see is what you get, the real me 100% of the time. Don't you want to experience that?

 

 

 

With love from your sweetheart,

Elise

 

P.s I've updated my members section, sneak a peek and tell me what you think. xoxo

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