loy·al - unswerving in allegiance.
I consider myself a loyal person.
I am absolutely loyal to my Hubby [Pita].
I am loyal to my daughter. My awesome family. My friends. My church. My "ED" Treadmill. Saucony shoes. My Thorlo socks. My Muscle Milk. Heck, even my Charmin. Yes, Charmin [toilet paper].
Executives at T.P. companies gather in big, fancy, glassy conference rooms to figure out how they can keep us coming back to the store for their version of the fluffy soft stuff wrapped around a little cardboard roll.
We learn loyalty to some extent growing up. I remember shopping with my Mom. I'd bring back Colgate tooth paste but we were buying "AIM". I didn't ask why, I just went and got the AIM.
I'd say, Political parties are definitely [a brand] statement of loyalty - and for me and my super-conservative house. We were republicans. So, I supported the Republican party when I was ohhh probably 8 years old.
Current events can change one's loyalty too. BP anyone? And how many of you went running for some chili at Wendy's after the "finger" incident?! yummy.
But for today, I am so thankful to my loyal "followers". This blogging journey has done so much for me. Sorry to make it all about me. "Princess" who? [that's a whole other post]. ;)
Thank you for sharing this journey of life, of living, of running, of doing, of blogging with me.