"Well-behaved women seldom make history."
- Laurel Thatcher Ulrich

Sunday, 16 November 2014

Thank you for reading!

I feel this is a good time to say thank you to all reading my blog. When I started almost a year ago, I never thought it will attract so many people and I will get so many emails and questions. I'm honoured. (OK, I don't mention the guy who emailed me because he wanted to buy my panties..LOL) I'm not the best to keep contact and I have limited time to answer, but I try my best to answer to everyone.
I must say since I came back to London, I had to realise I have not much friends here. I travelled a lot, I have friends all over the world, but I spent very little time here in London in the last 4 years and my friendships became stale. The clubs I used to work here are sold, and the girls I worked with moved to other city or back to their home country. The people from the restaurant never knew where I went after I quit from there. Everyone knows I went to Greece on holiday and maybe the best way just let them think so. Not everyone needs to know I became a stripper. And since I started to write and talk about my purpose to write a book, I experience some envyness. Oh, woman can not digest if some other fellas have more ambition! And I don't want people in my social circle that turn as the wind blows. I'm trying to be honest and I don't want hypocritical so-called friends around me. I think it's time for some radical changes and just cut people off. I just read it somewhere “cutting the negative people out of your life doesn't mean you hate them, it simply means you respect yourself.” Maybe I should respect myself a little more and enjoying meeting up with new friends.
So this time all those support and encouraging words I got from you, really means a lot to me. I trust myself but even a stripper can have bad days and needs some supporting people around her. Be honest I felt tired and a little burned out in the last months, that's why I decided to stay away from clubs for a while. Not to mention the alcohol that my system needs to get rid of and do some serious detox before we enter the holiday season. And I can start the New Year fresh and ready for more stripper experience.

So all I can say is a big Thank You for reading! And all I can promise is keep up writing and sharing my life stories with you..

2 comments:

  1. it seems i am the only one commenting your post here :-(
    i think in every job a short break is needed sometimes. When I was working too long for one customer i felt exhausted and tired from people complaining about their life but not willing to change something....
    Just do what you care about and do not listen to the people complaining about your life :-)

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    1. Only for you a big Thank You for commenting! :) Most guys just prefer emails or private messages.

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