Don’t worry. You’re at the right place. This website was previously called Red Toenails. My blog name has changed to What Dita Said. (Next month, April, the web address will be WhatDitaSaid.wordpress.com). 

Hey, a little change is good every now and then. Plus, I realized that blogs are about the author’s thoughts, life, interests, and experiences. She or he hopes that what is being said resonates with the audience. And that’s how I feel too. I think to myself, if I feel this way, there’s got to be others that feel the same way I do as well. 

The goal? To continue to be down-to-earth, truthful, and me. If you are new to this site, Welcome! Or if you are an old-head, Good to see ya and much love! Oh, and the new header pic I just had to post. It looks like my 15-year-old niece. She’s kind of a cutie patootie. 

Dita

8 thoughts on “About Red Toenails

  1. I enjoy many of the topics presented here and want to thank you for creating this wonderful blog. I am a guy that has a very strong feminine side to my personality. You could say that I’m the male equivalent of a Tomboy and am very much in-touch with my feminine side. I live in a warm climate and almost always wear women’s sandals. My toenails are always professionally pedicured and polished bright red (OPI Big Apple Red). It is a vestige of femininity that I proudly wear and that is always visible. Whenever I’m having a really bad day, it cheers me up to look down and see bright red toenails peeling out of my sandals.

    Jamie 🙂

  2. I thought you’d might like to know that I nominated your blog for the One Lovely Blog Award. You can check out the link below, if you want to participate, for all the details. Congratulations! The link is wp.me/p3whOY-oH. Thanks.

  3. Thank you for following my blog MEMOIR NOTES! I would love for you to subscribe to my newsletter for updates on my upcoming memoir, a cross between The Ugly Duckling Story and Toni Morrison’s God Bless the Child. If you’re interested, send me an email and I’ll get the link to you. My email is reflectionsbooks@gmail.com. Thank you. Feel free to edit this reply.

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