Last week I was featured on When Crazy Meets Exhaustion‘s Oversharing Series. Stephanie, the mom-vixen behind When Crazy Meets Exhaustion, is all about networking and supporting other moms. She’s hilarious, too! It’s a fine combination. She featured my post, The Rewards of Being Yourself. If you haven’t read that post before then spoiler alert: The post is about me, and my mom, and big cocks cumming everywhere. It’s racy and confessional and I think it was cool that Steph posted it on her blog because it’s not the usual stuff of her Oversharing series.
Last week, on the eve of my Oversharing feature, I was excited for my writing to reach a larger audience but I was anxious about what people would say. Would they be horrified when I verbally ejaculated all over their faces? Would they be mean to me? And the short answer is: no, they fucking loved it! They were basically like, “Cum on my face! Cum on my face again!”
Seriously, here’s what happened. I woke up that morning and ran down the stairs to my laptop. I tried to act breezy but I was bugged out. I checked the link and there it was, Steph’s intro and my post. It looked a little vulnerable just sitting there but I was very proud to see my words on Steph’s blog. I read them and tried to imagine it was my first time. If it were, what would I say? I scrolled down slowly and then, like pulling off a Band-Aid, I checked the comments. I was relieved to see that they were not only positive but there were some familiar faces there to greet me. Jhanis at Fascinations of a Vanilla Housewife was my first commenter, complimentary as always. And then Mummy Flying Solo chimed in with some sweetly supportive words. All of the comments were overwhelmingly kind. Tears welled up in my eyes. There were no haters… of course, maybe the haters had just heard that I don’t cater to their kind anyway.
I had a lot of fun exposing my cray-cray for all to see, and I really appreciate my blogging homegirls for stopping by and making it such a pleasant experience. I am grateful to be where I am in my life. I have a lovely group of cool, supportive, inspiring women to call friends–online and off. When I was a little girl and a teenager I struggled to maintain friendships and I was very intimidated by girls my age. Over time I’ve learned to value a true friend. I keep the friends who are positive and supportive and to hell rest of them! It’s paid off, too.
So there you have it, Contrary Mom’s first Feature. Was it as good for you as it was for me?