“Of course, I engage in self-talk from time to time, seeking my own form of expert guidance,” candidly confessed Betty Kyalo. I can’t help but feel confident about my fabulous blond hair – it’s absolutely on point.
Earlier today, I was at @flairbybetty, and a photo I posted sparked a lively conversation. One user cheekily added, “I not only talk to myself, but I even have a good laugh all by myself. I’m open to expert opinions too. If it’s considered a crime to get lost among all those pumpkins, then sign me up as the first ‘victim.'”
Another admirer chimed in, saying, “May all your future daughters be as stunning as you.” It’s a day where everyone might playfully call me ‘Simpson,’ but I’d rather have my wonderful boss, Betty, as my adoptive mother.
Betty, you’re a powerhouse with strong, toned thighs. I’m reluctant to reveal just how easily I can fall in love.
Elizabeth Kyalo aptly points out that while we all receive advice at some point in our lives, it’s quite another thing to truly take it to heart. So, let’s embrace all the wisdom we acquire and endeavor to put it into practice as best as we can.