I think it will be the perfect way to get me back to "me," and help me come up with post ideas during this crazy month!
Today's topic is awesome. Things that make me uncomfortable.
-People grunting at the gym. If you're lifting massive weights over your head, I can get over it. But if you're just going on the elliptical next to me? Pull yourself together.
-Talking to people on the phone. I'm just not a fan. I don't mind calling really quickly, but I'm not one to call someone to catch up or talk about life. Skype me 24/7. But don't put me on the phone!
-People watching me when I'm walking. I have to walk by a huge window on my way from the parking lot at work to where I punch in. I automatically worry I'm going to trip and everyone will see. I also trip a lot, so that could be why.
-Driving behind/next to/in front of someone I know casually. Do you wave? Do you pretend not to see them? Is that more awkward? Can you tell I'm an awkward person?
-Talking in front of a lot of people
-When people discuss politics in a casual setting. You bet I'll keep quite, but not because I don't know anything. My mama raised me right. You never talk religion or politics at the table (or party, or happy hour, etc)!
-When someone I'm talking to has something in their teeth/on their face. I know I should say something, but it makes me feel so awkward!
-The thought of starting over. Again.
-Sitting in the intersection before turning left.
-When the bridal attendant asks if I want to get my bridesmaid dress in a small size and get it taken out at my hips, or a larger size and taken in around my boobs. Thank you for pointing out my main body flaws in one sentence.
-When I tell a fun story and the first response from one person is always "well when your dad is a doctor...." Um, no. My dad actually does not pay for Dom and I to go away for weekend trips. Crazy, I know.
-When people ask me if I'm old enough to drive.
What makes you uncomfortable?