For those of you who do not read my blog website regularly, I have lived in Dickinson, North Dakota for approximately the past five years. I came to work here during the Oil Boom that lasted from approximately 2007 through 2014. Though the Oil Boom is over now, and many oil field jobs have gone away, I can still make more money here than I can where my home is in Idaho, which is why I continue to stay in Dickinson.
I started this blog website about three years ago, out of boredom and frustration. There is very little to do, and no where to go in western North Dakota. One of my biggest frustrations, is that there is a shortage of women, and a scarcity of attractive women.
In Dickinson, the ratio of men to women is probably 3:1. In the other oil field towns in western North Dakota where I work sometimes, the ratio of men to women varies from 10:1 to 20:1. Even though there was, and still is a tremendous shortage of women, prostitution is not allowed, and there are no strip bars.
Because there is a shortage of women in western North Dakota, the women that are here, for the most part, do not care about their appearance. They do not care that they are overweight, that their hair is unkempt, and that they are sloppily dressed. They glare, scowl, sneer, and they say and do mean unfriendly things.
The only attractive women that I ever see, are on the internet. Perhaps because Facebook feels sorry for me, about two months ago, Facebook began adding to my “Friend Suggestions” and “People You May Know”, beautiful women from around the World: Vietnam, Russia, Turkey, Italy, France, Brazil, Venezuela, Australia, and more places.
Not only were these women beautiful, unlike women in North Dakota, they took pride in how they looked, and they wanted to show off what they looked like. I looked at many beautiful women from around the World on Facebook for the past two months. One of the women who stood out, was Maddie Gower from Pennsylvania.
I wanted to write about Maddie Gower for several reasons. Maddie is about 20 years old. I will just attribute it to boredom, that Maddie takes a couple of photographs of herself each day, and she then posts these photographs to her Facebook profile.
To the readers who are shrieking at me right now for writing about this young lady Maddie’s personal Facebook page and her photographs, I thought that she knew that hundreds or thousands of men from around the World were looking at her Facebook profile, because these men were leaving comments to each of her photographs that she posted. Maddie appeared to enjoy it when men from around the World would leave compliments about each of her photographs. Though less than one hundred of these men were leaving comments, hundreds or thousands were looking.
I wrote this particular blog post using Maddie’s full name, because I wanted her to see this blog post and read it. I liked looking at Maddie’s photographs too. Only about 0.1% of women, that’s 1 in 1,000, are as physically attractive as Maddie. She is young, healthy, in very good physical condition, very good looking, and she wears slightly revealing or alluring clothing around her house and she takes photographs of herself.
To someone like me who lives in western North Dakota, I don’t ever get to see anything like this anymore, it is just a distant memory, it is like it doesn’t exist. Another one of the reasons why I wrote this blog post using Maddie’s full name, was so that other people in western North Dakota who never get to see attractive women could look at her Facebook page and see her photographs too.
I did not think that I would be upsetting Maddie by calling attention to her Facebook page, because I was under the impression that she wanted people to see her photographs, and that she liked to receive comments from people if they were positive comments.
I was concerned, and I was worried, that Maddie should not post the name of the college that she goes to or the town that she lives in, so that people would not try to stalk her or do anything to her. Later, I found that Maddie’s mother, Heather Louise, posts more photographs of herself on Facebook, than her daughter does.
This made me feel a little less worried about Maddie posting photographs of herself, because her mother Heather posts more photographs of herself, than Maddie. Heather also appears to enjoy comments about her photographs that are positive comments. Because the two of them live together, and they both post photographs of themselves on Facebook each day, I believed that they each were aware of the risks of attracting the attention of men, and that they could look out for each other.
Besides Maddie and her mother Heather being good looking, I also liked and appreciated that they take pride in their appearance, care how they look, and that they enjoy showing off how they look. This attitude is almost completely non-existent where I live in North Dakota.
If Maddie and Heather didn’t know that there were thousands of men looking at their Facebook profiles, they will now after reading this.
In early December of 2017, Maddie did see this blog post that I wrote. She was surprised or shocked, and she wrote some comments about it on her Facebook page. At that time, I created a fake Facebook page, in order to contact her, and make her aware that she might have disclosed too much personal information on her Facebook page. She was angry to hear this from me, but I wanted her to know this, and be aware of this.
In the correspondence that I had with Maddie at that time, it was discussed that she had 2,000 Facebook followers, but perhaps as many as 10,000 views per month or more, from men around the world. Even though she didn’t like hearing this from me, I explained that it would be possible that men could turn up where she lived in order to meet her.
Maddie read and understood what I wrote to her, she was aware of everything, and she continued to keep her Facebook page very much the same.
I like Maddie’s mother, Heather Louise. I look at Maddie’s and Heather’s Facebook profile almost every day. Heather is always, always, positive, pleasant, thoughtful, considerate, and nice. She is never mean or cruel.
I wanted to send something to Heather for Christmas, so I mailed her a Christmas card and a music CD that I made, that had fifteen of my favorite songs. Her daughter Maddie, intercepted my Christmas card and music CD, and would not let her mother have it. I thought to myself, “I am glad that I didn’t pay a lot of money for flowers, her daughter would have just thrown them in the garbage.”
I was thinking, how could I ever send anything to Heather, without her daughter confiscating it? Then I realized, that I could order something at the florist, and then let Heather know on Facebook to go and pick it up.
I looked up florists in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, and I found a good one downtown. You can go to their website, and see the different floral arrangements that they have to offer, and how much they cost. I sent this particular florist an e-mail, with Heather’s address. So if you want to send Heather flowers, and Heather does love flowers, here is the info:
24 E Main Street