I’m going to re-release my two relationship books as one book and do some updating to the text (I am older and wiser–think Yoda!). 😉
I had insomnia the other night, like always, and threw together some VERY low fidelity ideas. The fonts aren’t great, the photos aren’t perfect, these are the most BASIC of mock-ups. But I wanted to see what you guys liked the most so I could focus my attention on which one people were most drawn to.
I don’t want to waste time working on all of them for hours, then do this, if there are certain ones that no one likes.
Now, the good part of a poll is that it’s anonymous, so you can be totally honest and I won’t know who you are and even if I did, I promise I wouldn’t yell. I need honesty, so one of the options will be that you don’t like any of them.
Any help or suggestions (comments) would also be very appreciated! Like, “Move the text there” or “Change the color” or “Like the pic, hate the font” etc…
Now, here for a barrage of pictures, then the poll will be at the bottom of the page. You can pick up to 4 of them as your favorites. 🙂 XOXOXO
I hope everyone is having a good week. Thanks the good Lord it’s almost Friday. I swear my brain stopped working around 11am today and I’m about done for. 😉
So, I want to reach out to you guys to answer my poll. I’ve had so many people talk to me lately about how their marriages or long-term relationships are being smashed to pieces because one of the partners is engaging in romantic/sexual play with people online.
It may be serious flirting over chat or the phone. It may be sexting with or without photos. It may be Skyping in an inappropriate way with someone else. It could be participating in live-action “tell me what to do, baby” video porn.
Without speaking my mind on the subject (which I’ll do soon enough) I want to know what you think.
Here’s the premise:
Do you think it is a betrayal if your significant other is finding sexual satisfaction from another person via the phone or internet?
Poll for the ladies: If your man was being sexual with another woman online, would you consider it a betrayal?
Poll for the gentlemen: If your woman was being sexual with another man online, would you consider it a betrayal?
Thanks so much for taking the time to respond. You guys kick ass!
As soon as your thoughtful responses are collected, I’ll let you see why they were so important.
As you may have already read, I’ll be hosting my own radio show probably some time in August. Yay! My wonderful publicist/agent/manager came up with a few names that I wanted to put in front of you guys to see which ones you like.
Here are his suggestions for a show that will air on Wednesdays at 11:00 pm Eastern:
Pillow Talk with Jodi Ambrose
Happy Endings with Jodi Ambrose (My husband already put the kibosh on this one, but it made me laugh out loud. I guess it does make me sound like a hooker or a cheap masseuse in a run down building)
The Mid-Week Hump with Jodi Ambrose (Since it’s going to air on hump-day)
So, my challenge to you is this–vote on the one you like the best and if you have any other suggestions, leave me a comment with your suggestion. If anyone comes up with a name that isn’t on my publicists list and we use it, I will send you copies of my books and give you some serious props on my first show! 🙂 Woo hoo!!
Drive faster or move your ass outta my way! Yep, that’s pretty much how I look at all other drivers on the road. This is me confessing that I think that everyone else should part like the Red Sea and make room for me when I drive. I KNOW! That is HORRIBLE!!!! I’m a BAD person! But, I’m tellin’ ya, I want to lose my ever-loving mind sometimes.
Of course, it doesn’t help living in Arizona. Here we have people called Snowbirds. While they are great for our economy, our population doubles between November and April with all the people who Winter here. And while I love people of all races, religions, age, weight, hair color, sexual-orientation, eye color, IQ, shoe size and pet-preference, I have a hard time with the slow driver.
I try so hard to keep in mind, when a sweet octogenarian in a 1995 Lincoln is driving 15 miles below the speed limit in front of me, that bless their heart, they probably survived WWII or Korea or Vietnam. They’ve raised families, suffered loss, probably have medical conditions. I really, REALLY try to remember all of that so that my instinct of running them off the road while flipping them the bird and singing Highway to Hell at the top of my lungs doesn’t overtake me.
Jeepers, I should probably delete this post as it makes me look like a hideous person, but it took me 8 minutes to go ONE mile today. ONE MILE!! I had a moving roadblock in front of me doing between 12-15 mph on a main road. I wasn’t sure if I was more homicidal or suicidal. I mean, I understand that life shapes who we are and part of who we are is reflected in how we drive. Maybe the person driving their car slower than I walk had been in an accident at some other time in their life and is now kinda scared to drive. Maybe they aren’t feeling well. Maybe their car sucks and is dying. These are things I try to keep in the forefront of my mind when trapped in hell on the road. Alas, I still lose my mind.
Here are things I think about driving:
If someone is behind you and clearly wants to go faster than you, if you are not already in the right lane for slow people, then MOVE OVER! Even if I’m speeding (which I try to limit to no more than 7 mph over the speed limit as I fear traffic cops more than cancer), if the person behind me wants to go faster then me, I move. It’s the polite thing to do.
If you don’t use turn signals you should not be allowed to have a car.
If you sit at a light for 10 seconds after it turns green, you should be stripped of your driving privileges.
If you are lost or looking for an address, put your hazard lights on so that people expect your dumbass driving. At least then we won’t be stunned when you stop dead in the middle of the street.
Learn to park in ONE parking space. I realize this isn’t exactly a driving pet peeve, but when someone parks on the diagonal in a non-diagonal parking space, I want to key their car. I would never do it, as again, I fear police more than female patterned baldness, but I do get the urge.
Did I mention that if you don’t use turn signals you should be drawn and quartered? Oh, wow, that sounded harsh!!! I wouldn’t actually do that to anyone, I promise. 🙂
While I have now officially painted myself as a psycho, I know I’m not the only one. As such, your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to let me know in my poll what kind of driver you are. I promise to still like you if you are a slow, devil-may-care driver. I might like you less, but I’ll still like you. 😉 KIDDING!!