Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Awesome & Awkward

Okay, I recently discovered a blog called Little Miss Mama. She does an interesting weekly post called Awesome and Awkward. I thought that I will do the same thing on my blog, because, who doesn't like to laugh at other people? I do. I am pretty sure I am not the only one out there. I don't think a ton of interesting things happen to me. But, here's hoping you can relate to what I have to say. I would like to think that life will be more interesting than the same-old, same-old routine. Maybe I'll pay more attention to the little things now.

My so awkward moments:

Every morning I wake up around 6:45, around 7 is when the little girl I am watching for a short while comes over. When her daddy knocks on the door, I always realize that I am still wearing yesterday's makeup, I have morning breath, and I am not wearing a bra. It's cold outside too, so you can imagine what happens.

Realizing that your child is too old to see you naked when he asks what your boobs are. And you reply with: "Go find your father..."

Being at church and sitting in your pew, and you see someone a few pews ahead of you turn around, smile, and wave. You do the same to said person, and see some movement out of the corner of your eye. It is now that you realize it is the woman sitting behind you to whom the wave was meant.

This photo: I just don't like it. I don't normally do full-on straight pictures like that.
My so awesome moments:

Listening to what my church leaders have to say about Jesus Christ, and feeling the wonderful Spirit that comes with listening to the truth with your family.

My husband sending me a text that says "I love you." exactly when I needed to hear that.

This photo: Jude eating cereal, watching Cars, and wearing my heels.

My son holding me tight when I am about to leave him in his room for the night, then he says {voluntarily!} "I love you!"

What's your so awkward/awesome from the recent past? Or, not recent. You decide. Don't be shy!


Lori said...

Jude is such a stud! Love that picture!

Sandy said...

If I were as cute as you, there'd be more pictures of me on our blog. ;)

Sorry--no awkward moments. I think after you give birth, have your son watch you pee, and who knows what else, embarrassment is no longer an option. :)

JoAnne Dittmer Photography said...

My life is one big awkward moment.

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