Lucretia Borgia was a girl. Elizabeth Bathory was a girl. Leona Helmsley was a girl (that's what the medical reports showed). Don't worry so much, Kat! I think you strike a nice balance between Belinda the Good Witch and Margaret Thatcher!
It strikes me that worrying about you blog being too girly is . . . well . . . awfully girly.
It would only be too girly if you sprinkled each post with puppies, kittens, unicorns, and cupcakes.
My brother used to get so annoyed with me when I would pour my heart out to him. Time and time again, he would say in a disgusted voice, "Ohmigosh, Sil-ya! You sound like a giiirrrllll!"I calmly reminded him that I was a girl and to get over it.I agree with Maryjohn. It's not too girly; it is quite feminine and there is a HUGE difference between girly and feminine!
It's about as girlie as Brunhilde.
One sparkly, rainbow-colored unicorn that isn't part of your "Art Behaving Badly" file and I'm outta here. (COOTIES!) Seriously, feminine but not precious or over-refined. You are a girl; why would you want to write like a boy?There's an idea: have The Boy guest-post!
I try to avoid the temptation of posting about guns and jet airplanes.
I, Mark, on the other foot, would (in my dreams) find an excuse to make at least one reference to a Bugatti Veyron in every post or comment I offer the liturgical blogs I habituate.
Your blog is fine. The fact that you are concerned about your blog being too girly means that it is not too girly. Anyway, girls rock.
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